Mark Peters & The Dark Band Get Their Folk Vibes On With Sum of All Parts

20 Jan

When listeners tune in to Mark Peters & The Dark Band, they will immediately think of the sound of Davey Jones from the band The Monkees. With that in mind, his voice and sound of the group points to the stylistic vibe of that era and this is reflected within the lyrics and musical setup of his songs. Lyrics such as “you’ve been talking me down” will make those who listen think about the messages he’s trying to convey within his music. Half journal entry, half anthem Mark Peters & The Dark Band sings to his audience on a personal level and it shows in a transparent way. The meaning behind all of these songs on the EP all found their purpose back to the band after they finished the album. With the joined efforts of Fabian Natter on Drums, Martin Burtscher on Electric Guitar, Markus Manahl on Bass and Mark Peters singing vocals and playing acoustic guitar, be prepared for all of the realness to hit your core.

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Bobbie Marrone’s Lonely St Album Brings The Sound of Reflective Soul

12 Jan

Lonely St by Bobbie Marrone showcases the highlights of life, love, and everything in between within the album. From start to finish, it took three years to complete the journey of this compilation of songs. Listeners will see immediately upon listening, that Marrone’s voice is full of raw energy, authenticity, and genuine feelings. With lyrics like “I’ve never been one to hide behind the walls, I’ve never been one to say” from the track Behind the Walls, one can see how Marrone connects and speaks to those who listen. Marrone has been making music since 2007, and 2018 isn’t stopping him. Lastly, his voice has been compared to the likings of John Mayer, Michael Bublé, and Bishop Allen. Hang in there a little longer for this album release date of February 4th, 2019! With an album titled Lonely St, you will feel anything but lonely listening to these carefully crafted stories and the accompanying music that has been created for eager ears to hear.

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Spark Showcases The Talents of Todd Warner Moore With Life Metaphors & Musings In Latest Album

26 Dec

Through the power of strong folk songwriting and themes from the soul, Todd Warner Moore sets the beautiful landscape with album Spark. Merge the metaphors comparable to The Mountain Goats and the lightness of The Fruit Bats and you will get an idea of Moore’s sound. With lyrics that are a mixture of reflections I would read from my own journal and life’s musings, Spark peaks to those who will listen. “We mark our structures, clockwork displays, no corruption or corrosion” laments on society as a whole and connects with his audience in a storytelling way. The album blends the sound of Appalachia rock, folk music, and simple composed and raw songs all in one. Prior to making this wonderful piece, Moore cowrote songs and toured with Acoustic Juice in the 90s and toured with his band. Shortly after in Budapest, Hungary, his love of solo melodies and tea led him to creating his band Tea Thieves. Standout tracks on Spark include Gem, Noodles, and Crashing Down. If you want to listen to a musician that will make your listen to list for 2018, don’t wait and be thankful this album made your must listen to tracks!

Peter Senior Gets Listeners In The Anthem Spirit For This Season With Album On The Edge

25 Nov

Tony Bennett, Billy Joel, Elton John, and countless other iconic musicians come to mind when one thinks of Peter Senior. When you close your eyes and envision the musician entertaining you and wanting you to connect with the music, you know you’ve found a musician at a person’s core. Hailing from Sydney, Australia, it’s no surprise that Senior has been surrounded by music his whole life and furthermore he comes from a musical family. Notably starting his performances around the high school period of his life, he honed in on his talent on the piano and performed in local musicals as well. Those two things paired together would go on to shape Peter Senior’s future. Overall, the variety of tracks on On The Edge span across the genres of Country, Rock, and even a dash of Motown. The themes of the songs on the album range from feel good anthems to songs that are odes to other periods of life and the concept of time. If you are wanting to take a listen to a musician that carries a strong voice, has a strong band ensemble, and gets you connected with his music and energy upon listening to the first time, go ahead and listen to Senior as soon as you can. Rest assured, you won’t regret it.

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Danny Dosha Brings Soul & Rock In Single Kelsey2

25 Nov

The track Kelsey2 mixes old school soul with new rock and roll from Danny Dosha. Being heavily inspired by hip-hop, 90s, and even Jazz, Dosha brings an eclectic sound to his music. Halfway through the single, listeners are carried away with the vocals of Danielle Lee and overall atmosphere of the tone of the track. With Dosha having his audience get carried away in the sound of the single, it allows them to go on an experience. The guitar riffs and traits of ambient rock truly give his music an unique sound. In terms of the origins of the name for the song, it hails from the admiration of cello player Kelsey Lu. Having only been the one creating the music for 7 years, Dosha sounds like he’s been making music his whole life.

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