First song - Turn it On
Your sound is kinda classic feeling.
I like the groove of the bass.
This reaaallly reminds me of the "Beat Crusaders" when they worked on the Beck Albums.
Spice of Life and Like a Foojin come to mind as really familiar feels and I absolutely love you guys for that.
That said, the vocals really aren't doing it for me.
They feel a lot less involved and the track feels a whole lot less cohesive than it should because of it.
Moving into Backstabber, the Genre and overall sound is once again, much like the Beat Crusaders and their Beck work.
The vocal work on this one is much better. I still think it could use a lot more passion cause it feels really out of the fire.
This is a song that really portrays a feeling of a lot of blood heat. Its really good production value but its once again falling short in the vocals.
The idea is there but the heart doesn't seem to follow through and that bothers me quite a bit.
Disregarding the vocals this is easily one of the best songs I've heard this year.
The composition is great.
The passion just isn't there.
The vocalist needs to let out some of the fire in his belly.
"Lies" starts off great and convinced me that this awesome sound style of yours isn't unique to one song.
The vocals in this are SO much better.
It really feels like the style of "Endless Travelling Map." Rhythmically for the vocals and that really does me good.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBa8gYO_fbI
I could really get into your stuff, you guys are nearly spot on to an amazing untouchable sound.
"Where it Lays."
Is easily my favourite track on the album.
The vocals are a lot cleaner and feel very close tied with the song. Still a little bit awkward at times but unlike in the other songs, it works 100% with this.
I absolutely love this one and its really not one I can criticise too much if any at all.
The Guitar riff is magic. Just lettin you know.
"Simple to Be There."
I like this one too but for really different reasons from "Where it Lays."
This song is a lot cleaner than the other songs on the album and its radio chart material.
This is the stuff I expect to hear on the radio, where as "Where it Lays" is the stuff I'd actually listen to in leisure.
The Lyrics themselves are a tad strange to me.
I have no major dislikes or issues with this one save for it being abhorrently short.
I think you really have something here and it could be fantastic.
But you guys need to work at it.