The chord progressions, melodies and drum production across their music let’s me know they have a deeper talent realm within music. A quick related video search on Youtube reinforced what I suspected that members of the trio do play instruments. I knew somehow this would be a factor, which brings a very noticeable additional element to the progression of their sound and musicianship… I love how it all connects together!
Nadine’s the quirky cool chick you come across at times in your life, you don’t know why you admire her but you find your self vibing to her energy, She’s similar to things you know and like but there is an unorthodox nature that makes her special.
Music artist should be authentic, you should get to know them through their music, There shouldn’t be an invisible force field separating the listener from the artist, its should be an experience that’s close to the energy when the artist was creating… At least that’s what I think and Pat Delivers that realism.
In a world of musicians living fabricated lives on social networks what happens to the guys who just make music and don’t want to get caught up in that clutter, who just want to give you some good music with out the extra overplayed out “Look how good my life is” Instagram visuals. I feel like that’s how High Highs make music.
Edwin’s personal music creation started evolving in his early teens whilst living in the middle east, idolising Bon Jovi and Kurt Cobain.
Widowspeak give me that 60’s and 70’s, POP, Rock nostalgic feel through their music notations. That dreamy American , suburban, scorching hot long summer folk sound which played the backdrop to many classic films and sitcoms created or depicted in the time.
AHI’s voice and acoustic strums seems like it encapsulates the pain of a generation its like he’s singing and expressing his talent to connect with people to add something better and needed to the world.
This week we feature an Electronic, Indie, Synth Swagnificient duo by the name of “The Voyeurist”. Made up of Richard Rushton on the instrumentation or what’s described on their facebook page as “Noises” and Sarah Nag with her hauntingly ear pleasing vocals.
Working with our peeps at Right Chord Music we will be featuring some of their articles and post’s which highlight some of the great artist they feature on their website.