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Sunday, March 20, 2016

Underlined Passages - The Fantastic Quest review

Year : 2015
Genre : Soft Rock with a superb harmony fetisch
Label : Mint 400 Records
Origin : United States
Official site: > -  here - <

Baltimore based Underlined Passages is a group composed of individuals willing and able to render their respective creative potentials to that of premiere Underlined Passages frontman and mastermind Michael Nestor.

Nestor been instinctively studying and mastering the mere ethos of harmony the very day Stephen Hawking started to invent time itself, and this very notion is not one to take lightly, nor with any promise of a grain of salt. This spin is action-packed with an extremely keen sense of chordal passages that reflect not only excessive competence-levels at coming up with interesting harmonies, but, even better: the whole album is a luscious love letter to intricatly sculpted chordal domains, while the sung melodies on top are mere compliments rendered to them.

The resultant mixture is a highly optimal configuration of music, that works pretty much perfectly, and especially so if your ears still remember how to hear. If you ever wondered about this question, then the answer probably is "sorry: no, but do come again!", but, this is the perfect album to make sure. Read on to know more.

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Friday, March 11, 2016

Nick Driver - Baby Come Back To Me track review

Year : 2016
Genre : Acoustic Original, Folk
Label : Independent
Origin : United States
Where to check the song out: > - here - <

Throughout his massively acoustic romantic statement called "Baby Come Back To Me", North Carolina-based Nick Driver is riding on beefy-, well sculpted acoustics that seek to summon the optimally stone-traditional charms and affections timelessly contained in-and-through acoustic silence molestation.

The reason Nick Driver's overall output works quite well, is none other than a solid and competent command and understanding of his vocal capabilities, a creative asset he uses to deliver soulful renditions of casual romantic sit reps that are quite easy to relate to, provided you have a heart that is showing any willigness to beat yet.

Playful and cautiously introverted, Driver's creative rhetorics is fueled more of an urge to approach relationhips on an intellectual and emotional basis, yet he does not refrain to offer a mere glimpse or two - and never more - towards the tactile. This willingness is always enough to keep you on your toes, and it similarly is sufficient to render a sense of safety. You just know that this isn't going to be sexist. Driver consciously stays away from Justin Bieber's territory, on which sensuality becomes a larger than life comic book parody of its own ethos -  but this is the reason Bieber works, regardless of the flame he receives in the process. Nick Driver's musical vision, as a massively acoustic artist, is both mature and competent, and it is best to let the body of work sing/speak for itself. If you consider yourself an aficionado of said genre, then this is a performer you want to devote your attention to.

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