Savanna By Resurrection Fern Intertwines Emotions & Reflecting On Real Life Experience In Her Latest Single

9 Oct

Resurrection Fern not only is making herself stand out with her powerful musicianship, but also the platform she is sharing her music on as well. Recently partnering up with the company Twitch, she redefines what it means to be a musician in the 21st century. The idea of building a community and pairing up with a performer is becoming more popular as well. Ringing in the impressive statistic of being in the top 1.2% of top content creators on a community of 2.2 million streamers, Resurrection Fern is not any where close to stopping on her quest to spread her music. With lyrics such as “ you left me there stranded at sea, with nothing but a rosary” visually paints a story throughout the song. The song waves back and forth between reflective and reciting a painful memory. Resurrection Fern will wow those who listen to her smooth and hypnotizing voice as they listen to this song through their room. If one were to compare what her voice sounds like or who would even fall under the same category, one should connect the dots between June Carter Cash, Crystal Gale, and Amy Millan. 

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Ripple By Stimuli Brings Back The Goodness of Metal In Latest Video

9 Oct

Get that play button ready to go as this Oakland, California band will not disappoint with their latest release. Ripple by Stimuli carries all of the best qualities of heavy metal music and classic rock. From the opening instrumentals to the powerful lyrics, Stimuli does not stop their strong instrumental and lyrical presence at all through the following release. This video is a new release after the song made its debut off of their They Are We album back in 2018. An interesting fact about this song is that it was originally titled Ripple in Perception, making a reference to the concept of time and how people experience it. Making up the band includes the talents of Jimmy Tomahawk (vocals and guitar), Tai Hake (bass), and Cole Andrew (drums). Overall, the instrumental base of their song and their music carries into the comparisons of being similar to Alice in Chains, Black Sabbath, Soundgarden, and Nirvana. Its easy in the world of rock music to apply heavy bass, “textures” throughout your music, and scream lyrics. Stimuli shatters the stereotype of wannabes and brings the acclaimed qualities that those who have a soft spot for metal, both classic and modern all together to listen to the rawness that the world of music offers.

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The Rightly So Combines The Feelings Of Nostalgia & Memories In Their Brand New Album Vandura

22 Sep

If you set your play button ready to fill your headphones with music from The Rightly So, the nomadic and expressive feeling that will emerge shortly after from their album Vandura should bring no surprise on how it was inspired. The band members spent the last year and half living out of their RV playing shows, singing songs, and living life as one big adventure. As you can imagine, being on the road has allowed this band to have a worldly view based on the experiences along the way, people they have encountered, and their perception of the world. When listeners hear their music, they will immediately think of The Weepies and even country undertones of the early days of Lee-Ann Rimes. With lyrics that draw on the day to day, there is a strong strength in their songs that has grit and angst. In the track, You Can Bet on Me, the lyrics “You can bet on me, we talked to 4 in the morning, oh lord how I missed your crooked smile” paints the pictures beautifully of characteristics of a person and a narrative as well. The captivating part about this duo is the level of authenticity they bring to their music. With that, the powerful visuals in the songs, and the light and traditional sounds of classic acoustic rock fill this album in all of its splendor. 

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Starry Sounds By Todd Warner Moore Epitomizes Americana Music

22 Sep

From the first strum of the guitar by Todd Warner Moore on his album called Starry Sounds, the feeling of the Americana way is throughout from start to finish. With the tracks cohesively uniting to form an impressive collection of work, Moore does not disappoint with the latest release. The stories ebb and flow between stories of reflecting and those of a wanderer. Hailing from Kansas City, Kansas, there is an undertone of that of an artist that one can sense in his music. A mixture of influences of the Folk, 60s, Gypsy and Latin Music, Moore makes sure to diverse his sound with the overall sound that he has carefully crafted. He has consistently been releasing music throughout his career, with 2019 being a productive year with the completion of four albums. With no song being a weak song on his album, the one that was definitely a standout is Starry Sounds. With the lyrics making reference to the moonlit beach and describing it as “an uprooted memory, left no trace” this paints a vision of whatever place that may be for the individual listening to the song, and not just a specific image. Moore allows the listener to dream up while hearing his songs the spaces and images that comes to mind. The entire album is not only strong instrumentally, but emotionally as well.

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Cass Clayton Brings Her Craft of Storytelling To Play Nice Album

14 Sep

Upon listening to Cass Clayton’s voice, you will be transported to the 90s and the sounds of crooning that is recognizable in country stars. Her sound is not country, but her stories are real and authentic. Musicians that will come to mind while listening to Cass include Stevie Nicks, Loretta Lynn, and Melissa Etheridge. On this 12 song album, the favorites include Dawes County and You’ll See. The fascinating part about the collection of songs is the variety on such a personal album. Listeners will get wrapped up in the heartfelt storytelling of one song and then get filled with a never look back attitude. With lyrics such as “see where she wants to go, look within and you will see”, there are messages of a journey and the obstacles along the way. From the writing style to the level of rawness she has in her music, this should be at the top of your list for 2019 musicians to watch.

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