Jeff Buckley genuinely has one of the most unique voices I’ve ever heard with his raw and vulnerable vocal delivery that is rarely ... read more
The opening track, Walk on By, is an epic intro. Instrumentally gargantuan and larger than life, Hayes transforms Dionne Warwick’s 3-minute pop hit into a 12-minute cry for Civil Rights. Johnny Allen, who had arranged for Stevie Wonder and the Temptations, helped elevate the soul ... read more
The record has some interesting sounds to explore. Whether it be from the likes of “Sippy Cup” or “Mad Hatter”, there are songs that stick out of the bunch (even if execution is far from perfect). I appreciate the ... read more
The fact that Elton John after decades of performing thousands of shows is closing off his live career is quite a spectacle. After coming to AZ 26 times, I got to see his last concert in the valley. What an incredible time to be alive!
He did a whopping 23 songs and sounded phenomenal! At 75 years old, he still retains such a youthful energy and a powerful grip on every audience member - eyes never drifting from his larger than life ... read more
The record is a fever dream in every sense of the word. The music would fit perfectly as the OST of a haunted video game that was cursed and made to be completely destroyed, and all but one copy survived.
The best way to describe this is as the musical equivalent of a film named Hausu. From the stuttering pianos that have a mind of their own to the hysterical vocals that are as if evil spirits are ... read more
Gemini Rights sees Lacy crafts this vintage, nostalgic sound that adds flavor to his dreamy pop cuts. Through this sound, there is a very fun and catchy ... read more