Today on NewMusicWednesday: Feyer, Disconnected Genius, Bill McVail & Papa Satch.
Feyer - I Just Don't Know
Feyer splendidly blends together multiple genres on his latest release “I Just Don’t Know”, second track on his album “Signals Internalized”. Candy-coated Indie Pop, 80s Disco & Limb Bizkit like Rock breaks are superbly melted together. Put your sunglasses on, get in your 80s convertible Cadillac, the wind in your hair and be awesome. If Feyer doesn’t know, we do. This is a track that should be on any playlist. Feyer’s debut full-length album, Signals Internalized, is now out on all download and streaming platforms. Check it out and stay tuned for more exciting Feyer news to come!
Disconnected Genius - Quietly Into The Night
Disconnected Genius hail from Melbourne Australia. With “Quietly Into The Night”, Disconnected Genius have crafted 2:38 minutes of Punk Rock joy. It’s short. It’s to the point. Just like a Punk Rock track should be. After counting down they just go on and won’t give you, and themselves, breathing space until 1:33. We’d love to see this trio live and “Quietly Into The Night” could easily be a festival hit. Stay tuned, since their eagerly unanticipated 2nd LP will be out later this year.
Bill McVail - Night Is Coming
On this new EP “Walk To The Light”, Bill McVail covers a wide arrange of musical styles, ranging from Singer Songwriter to Progressive Rock. “Night Is Coming” is a well-balanced straightforward Alternative Rock track with raspy vocals and Punk Rock chord progressions. With 2:22 minutes, there’s even time for a short guitar solo! Discover Bill’s musical variety on his latest EP. Get your groove on!
Papa Satch - Shallow Water
Papa Satch is a Singer Songwriter duo from Long Island, New York consisting of Bob Sachnoff and Steve Ronsen. Their latest release “So Far ‘til Now” featuring “Shallow Water” was released this month, a decade after their first. “Shallow Water” is a catchy Rock tune packed with bluesy guitar riffs and solos. The vocals bear a strong resemblance to Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler and you can easily hear Bob and Steve were influenced by Bon Jovi. Give the song a second (plus) listen and you’ll find yourself singing along to the well-arranged chorus.
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