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Eric Frisch Transforms Still Emotion With Water Into Gold

30 Jun

With Water Into Gold, Eric Frisch reveals a different side of being a musician within his lyrics. His voice sounds so smooth and steady, instilling the unwavering highs and lows of a musician. Take a look at the life of the musician and while glorious to the audience, no one really knows what’s going through the mind of who is on stage. Frisch pairs up the narrative quality with specific metaphors that resonate with any music lover, listener, and one who has gone through hard times. Such lyrics such as “I was on the top of the world, all of them would fawn over me backstage” refers to fame and how its a powerful drug and it fueled his own perception through music. When trying to reference the sound of his voice and place other musicians in a similar category, the closest listeners can point out are Sam Beam from Iron & Wine, Lord Huron, and Band of Horses. His raw and real lyrics not only make him standout, but they offer a next level connection for his listeners.


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Eric Frisch Delivers An Anthem of Truth, Power, and Confidence Through Head Up In The Clouds

4 Jun

Upon first listening to Eric Frisch, listeners can hear the sound of The Weepies, Dr. Dog, and Iron & Wine all rolled up in one. From the ensemble rock sound and power solos on the track to the carefully placed keyboard, Head Up In The Clouds delivers such beautiful vocal talents of Eric Frisch, while simultaneously delivering an anthem of truth, power, and confidence. The folk acoustics and raw and powerful vocal talents of Frisch, will make listeners want to hear more of his raw and emotional sound. With lyrics such as “nothing can change who I am now”, and “now I know what I stand for”, the single Head Up In The Clouds not only delivers to fit the overall vibe of his other music, it makes anyone listening curious to see what lies ahead.

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Music Under Sea Crafts Unique Sound Filled With Intrigue

25 Jan

Eric Frisch recently released his album entitled Music Under Sea and it definitely mixes the sound of alternative rock with indie pop. The soft sounds in the track Drift Away show a 50s and 60s pop music influence, comparable to The Hollies or The Mamas & The Papas. Frisch also cites bands like Real Estate and Best Coast as influencing his sound as well. Another quality that stands out amongst Music Under Sea is the production and how it sounds. Recorded in his New York Studio with two microphones, Frisch states that it sounds like the sound is underwater. In a world filled with so much autotuning and editing, the raw and minimal lo-fi sound of Music Under Sea draws listeners in even more. Overall, the songs, aesthetic, and name all fit together perfectly in Frisch’s musical puzzle.

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