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Celebrity Warship Culture Channels Post Punk Vibes In Latest Single

22 Sep

Rebirther by Celebrity Warship Culture channels some post punk vibes in their latest single. With Liam Scott leading the way within Celebrity Warship Culture, the ambient-new wave genre definitely comes through. The sounds of the keyboardist Todd Pickell, drummer Mark Pickell, and Trevor Gay on the guitar and contributing vocals all add something to the album. The song carries an intense feel from start to finish, intertwining the themes of religion and the idea of forgiveness within it as well. Musically Celebrity Worship Culture intertwines the perfect mix of new wave music, grunge, and light rock in their sound. When listeners draw comparisons to other artists, they can think and make connections to Lemuria, Meatloaf, and Neil Diamond. The wide range of their sound musically ranges from that new wave synth to the anthems of music that have the vocals carrying each song on the album.

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https://www.cwc.band

Nikki Wozzo & The Bad Whiskey’s Album Bad Whiskey Reveals Good Spirit

14 Sep

Nikki Wozzo & The Bad Whiskey releases album Bad Whiskey and it delivers soul, angst, and spirit. From the album’s start, there is no hesitation from the vocals of Nikki Wozzo and the music accompanying his gritty, strong voice. With standout tracks like Wild Rose, there is a layer of unspoken rebellion and heart. From the soulful riffs of guitar playing from Ray Miller to the drums of Mike Mallais everything works effortlessly together. The album overall works cohesively together with a steady tone of the meaning of time, love, and the inner wild in all of us. Listeners will hear that the band’s sound is not only unique, but the storytelling intertwines so much about growing up, first loves, and the feeling of showing up as your true self.

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https://www.nikkiwozzoandthebadwhiskey.com/

Electric Treatment Free By Electric Treatment Free Brings Electronic Elements & Fusion In Newly Released Album

14 Sep

Electric Treatment Free by Electric Treatment Free starts off in a very lighthearted way with the sounds of the keyboard and electronic elements. Throughout the album, the ups and downs of the music sounds like they are coming from another universe. Audio clips integrated into the music creates intentional chaos and feelings of happiness where it belongs. To a listener this seems a little bit hard to interpret, but the piecing together makes it feel like the sporadicness is needed to make sure everything connects. Electric Treatment fuses a mixture as well of musical sounds that are strong on their own and cranks it up a notch within their album. Hearing double synths, revved up guitar playing, and sounds that are lingering a bit longer all come into play on the album. Without a doubt, Electric Treatment keeps the listener’s ears and brain excited to what they are listening to and puts more weight into the creative masterpiece.
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https://www.facebook.com/electrictreatmentfree0

The Windsong Spires By Echo Us Carries Listeners To A Different Galaxy In Latest Album

31 Aug

The Windsong Spires by Echo Us carries a deep level of transcendental magic throughout the entirety of their album. From the intense track of You Can Imagine with the vocals of Charlotte Enger and the percussion talents of Andrew Greene, the combination is nothing short of dynamic. The musical construction of the track has everything from magical keys of the piano, harmonies, and sounds of the woodwinds all cascading together to form a beautiful sound. Going along the elements of progressive rock, the intertwining of the intention behind the album also comes through. When focusing in on where Echo Us draws their inspiration, it should not be entirely surprising that the themes of space in sound and galaxy rock come through. The galaxy and orbital space the band creates with the airy constructions of the light keyboard and the reverbs creates something nothing short of what sounds like it came from an entirely different galaxy or astral plane. If one could grab all the positive elements of meditative music and spin it in something that holds weight musically, Echo Us comes pretty close. Similar bands that could be compared include the sounds of Reptar, St. Lucia, and Young Galaxy. If you are in the mood for something that carries fascinating musical sound, Echo Us delivers it.

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https://echous.bandcamp.com/releases

Songs From The Briarpatch By Will Jackson Creates Music You Will Want To Drive To

17 Aug

Upon listening to Songs From The Briarpatch, listeners are enveloped in the warm energy of his songs. A winning mix between Americana and Classic Rock, Will Jackson does an amazing job of creating a musical atmosphere that listeners enjoy settling in on. Hailing from North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, there is a Carolina vibe that runs through this album. A combo of easy listening and beach rock makes this album traditional and modern all in one. Stand out guitar riffs on the track Good Enough show the wide range of Jackson’s sound and arrangement on that track without a doubt. Throughout the album, there is quite a number of tracks that intertwine life messages, lessons, and stories along the journey. Jackson’s voice makes listeners want to hop in their car and drive.

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Artist Website:

WillJacksonMusic.com

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