This album is absolutely for any prog rock lover or David Bowie fan.
When asked to comment on the album, Le Country Club sent a single sentence: “My life is a midwest emo intro.”
This album captures what it’s like to desperately hold on to childlike wonder while reflecting on the heavier parts of life.
Album Review: Curse by Pale Dream
Imagine Matt Healy on a tranquilizer, and as his vision fades, the corners blur, things slow down, and his voice drops.
Album Review: Timing by Angie Petty
This short, sweet, sonic landscape leaves the listener asking for more. And more music from Angie Petty is all I can hope for.
“The moment he starts singing his addictive hooks with his distinctive voice, it’s impossible not to be transported to the place he wants you to be.”
The emotional intensity of this project dares any listener to try listening without feeling anything, let alone something profound.
An excellent project from one of Utah’s most versatile artists. Full of heart, bravado, sensuality, and passion.
It’s good. It’s really freaking good.
This is a wonderfully fun album. For fans of David Bowie.