Deep 6 Holiday
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Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Redhead Fetish (2010)
First of June, maybe a touch of Arson Garden
Grand rock and ballads topped with rich vocals. Ectophiles looking for more rock-based music would do well to track this group's work down. Tyler Azelton has a lovely voice and the backing tunes are diverse and energetic—a surpringly rare combo these days. The band's roots are in lush 1970s and 1980s rock (guitar solos, soaring orchestras), but in a contemporary mode. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
awake at the funeral is the only one we've heard
Highly recommended for fans of female-fronted rock
Tyler Azelton—vocals, piano, keyboards
An album of intrigung rock and pop songs focused by Tyler Azeltons strong vocals. Some heavy rocking moments, a wealth of harmonic ballads, plenty of piano. The first two tracks, "Water" and "Strong" are probably the highlights as far as rockers go, and I would recommend "Empty Casket" as the strongest ballad, though I'm particularly fond of "Cyber Home" for the mixing of the title with a electronic harpsichord backing—this one is also shows the simple effectiveness of Tyler Azelton's vocals (despite being less dramatic than other songs for example the wordless "Greta"). Overall, this is a strong debut, and highly recommended for those looking for something a little more rocking. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to Sophia Gurley and Anna Maria Stjärnell for work on this entry.
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