She deftly switches pitches between verses and choruses, showcasing her immense talents as a singer and her unique four-octave vocal range.
"If there’s one word that could sum up Philadelphia-based group No Thank You’s sophomore effort, it’d be the word Catharsis. All It Takes To Ruin It All is an emotional release and purification process that almost clears the conscious by its end. "
"Like in records prior, Post Animal still hold onto that ability to create a nostalgic atmosphere of the past for their listener all while experimenting with new energies that will pave the way for the future of modern psychedelic rock."
Some try for years and never achieve the rare balance of original and familiar syllable combinations that you have to have in order to make it in this realm. This is a skill / talent that $anchez has zeroed in on and hit. Bang! Bull's eye!
"Being a Philadelphia crockpot pop band, it’s hard to imagine that Queen of Jeans originated anywhere besides southern California. With their dreamy vibe and lush instrumentals, the group proves that sound is a state of mind and can be pulled from anywhere. "
"It’s a record that follows the song-writer’s abstract thoughts, allowing the listener to feel comfortable enough to share theirs as well. Through simple musicality and unrefined vocals, Dill has the ability to personalize every sound and drifted lyric- enabling one to experience the rawness of the entries."
"For a group to produce a record that pushes such intimate topics, they deserve nothing less than an outpour of recognition. Through honesty, ferocity, and an unapologetic approach, the women of Camp Cope made sure to wield clear call-outs and fury at personal and general adversity beyond expectation."
"Their ability to produce contagious tracks full of commanding instrumentals and profound lyrical content solidifies their footprint in the scene. Their newest release being no exception with Vundabar choosing to peel the mask off the challenges of health declination and pharmaceutical gluttony in a style that is anything but morbid. "
Released through Father/Daughter Records, the album is humbling, personal—inclusive. It’s late-night ramblings about romantic feelings and lost causes. It is unfiltered feelings and wavering views that tumble out of her mouth overtop powerful piano melodies and simplistic chord progressions.
With "Spray", you’ll be hesitant to leave the sugar-high Candy Ambulance stocks you with during the length of the listen.