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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Earcandy - Motown Gold act review

Earcandy is a UK based sonic enterprise that is ready and able to deliver live music performances as the hallmarks of any event and/or a senselessly wild birthday party you could be the premiere extra surprise of. I have been contacted by a representative of said firm, and been asked to check out one of the acts the company offers on its current roster, and I assume that the selection palette will be even richer than it is right now.

I'm a Michael Jackson fan, - and you are one too, you got that?? - so my choice was the act called "Motown Gold", a quintet - logically - of five friendly people who exhibit high skill levels at rendering the music of the Motown era in a fluent, family friendly fashion. They bring the real deal,  and the lady who sings the trademark lines of the "kid Jacko", is especially convincing. Motown, by the way, is the record label that produced the LPs Michael Jackson sang on in his childhood while fortifying the ranks of The Jackson Five.

Based on my impressions, it seems safe to say that UK based Earcandy delivers along a tasteful musical comfort zone which is highly compatible with the targeted peak moment of a civilized party your business partners can attend to without the risk of anyone getting any more drunk than it is suitable around well defined cleavages and radically exploited lobsters.

If the idea of crowning an event with a musical performance sounds - hah. - good to you,  check out Earcandy at their official site today at : http://earcandylive.co.uk

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Thursday, December 6, 2012

Souljunky - I Found Your Dream review

Year : 2012
Genre : Melodic Rock, Soft Rock, Disco
Label : Independent
Origin : United States
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Chigaco based Souljunky brings exceptionally smart and eloquently shaped melodic soft rock, radiating a vibe that has full throttle capacity to convey the emotional disposition of the highest peaks of a laid back, slick retroid character. Think of the tremendous Scarface soundtrack, and embed a bit - JUST a bit - of The Cure, the golden era of disco, a form of Bee-Gees without the high pitch head voice singing into it, and spice the resultant mix with a keen understanding of how to construct memorable choruses of dignity and harmonic elegance Aerosmith style. This isn't all yet : I personally am cosmically horrified by the music of U2 and I don't like it (that much [at all]), yet, this particular formation manages to convey the ethos of U2, too - SIC! - via their more mysterious and dainty contributions. Read on to know more about this Souljunky LP.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Katrin the Thrill - Evil Eye Charm review

Year : 2012
Genre : Psychedelic, Dark Soft Rock, Soft Rock
Label : Independent
Origin : Greece
Official site : > - here - <

Despite a resilient, young body and the spiritual experience of 1 000 000 years - give or take - contained in it, Greece's Katrin the Thrill is an established presence of entertainment in her home country, while she and her former (?) associates were as close to making a record deal as it is humanly possible on a land Circe reigns at with a soul intact. Not surprisingly : Katrin the Thrill is a highly talented sonic/vocal consortium who radiates a darkened variant of Grace Slick + a tint of Sheryl Crow on top of musical themes and thought-fields that make early Nina Hagen and anytime-Peter Steele content individuals. The aforementioned lamentations are covering about the third of the disc. The major part of it has massive psychedelic leanings. Did you notice the infinite amount of invisible white rabbits on the cover art yet? No? Look harder! Never seen someone who has fully disappeared. Read on to know more about the much anticipated Evil Eye Charm LP.

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