Acoustic

Lazy Saturday Project brings a peaceful acoustic blend with “Oh Dear” [Acoustic Folk]

June 18, 2014 By hdesantis
in Acoustic, All Music Reviews, folk
Listening to Lazy Saturday Project’s new single “Oh Dear,” it’s hard to imagine that this group originated in Indonesia of all places. This song feels like it should be played at a rustic barn wedding somewhere in the...
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Alex Lynch’s “Thanks For Those Times” combines post-grunge and sensitive grumblings [Acoustic Folk]

June 18, 2014 By hdesantis
in Acoustic, All Music Reviews, folk
Alex Lynch’s new song “Thanks For Those Times” goes for a basic composition of just the acoustic guitar, harmonica, light percussion, and his voice. Although Lynch labels his project as indie rock and folk, his voice...
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Eric Frisch Gets Nostalgic with “Pretty Girls”

May 25, 2014 By hdesantis
in Acoustic, All Music Reviews, folk, Pop, Rock
Do you ever get in a music discussion only to hear that tired, old adage? You know, the one that says, “They just don’t make music like they used to.” This is a lazy conclusion because many people are chasing nostalgic...
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Keith Alan Mitchell – “The Feud”

May 14, 2014 By hdesantis
in Acoustic, All Music Reviews, folk, Rock
It’s hard to try your hand in folk rock without falling into the Neil Young trap. Granted, that isn’t an awful place to be. If you set out to make folk songs with even the slightest grit, chances are that a Neil Young...
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Joel Havea – “Simple Things”

April 24, 2014 By hdesantis
in Acoustic, All Music Reviews, folk, Pop
Walking through the cold streets of Hamburg, An acoustic song of Joel Havea’s Australian homeland is the last thing you’d expect to hear. Havea recently relocated to Germany in hopes to warm up the land and show that you can...
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Simon Adams – “Our Man”

April 22, 2014 By hdesantis
in Acoustic, All Music Reviews, Alternative, Rock
A lot of singers like to compare themselves to Coldplay. And who wouldn’t? Chris Martin is a respected pop singer with a unique voice. But as much as these singers like to dream, very seldom they ever sound like Chris Martin....
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Before Perils – Escape to Reality

November 20, 2013 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in Acoustic, All Music Reviews, instrumental
Before Perils introduces itself as an instrumental acoustic fusion band that has given to a new sound of originality. While that claim is certainly debatable in the face of so many new and upcoming artists, Jon Napoles and the...
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Ezra Thomas- “Road to Zion”

November 15, 2013 By hdesantis
in Acoustic, All Music Reviews, Christian, christian rock
Ezra Vancil’s previous gospel band experience is pretty prevalent in his track “Road to Zion” (if the title wasn’t a dead giveaway). However, it’s not the lyrics that give away this influence so much as his actual...
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Maria Sullivan (Koloto) – “Fox Tales”

November 13, 2013 By hdesantis
in Acoustic, All Music Reviews, Electronic, electropop
I’m so happy to report how there is a growing population of people who just cannot get enough British chill-out electro music. I’m even happier to report how I’m always discovering new artists capable of accomplishing that...
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“54” by Rebecca Brandt

September 1, 2012 By 6th Trumpet
in 6th Trumpet, Acoustic, All Music Reviews, Artists, Electronic, Guest, instrumental, Pop
What you will here is nothing ordinary, just another piece of art to be admired! Composer and musician Rebecca Brandt mixes electro-acoustic, contemporary classical and electronic sounds.  This is a very unique piece of music,...
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