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Thanks 2 Dmitry M. Epstein 4 the great review of new album "Light All Around!" Check it out below! "There’s summery air to “Moving On” whose laid-back, almost caramel-like vocals are set against tight background that mixes bouncy guitars with soulful brass to create a great, arresting effect. Further still, the fairy-tale sonics of the choir-enhanced “Come Down” and the more reflective, if given delicate rock and skank, “Like A King” bear a sweet smell of bluegrass, Lodewijk Broekhuizen’s violin and Sean Williamson's pedal steel – two staples of Kyle’s sound from two stalwarts of his band – adding to their pop-country aroma. But it’s the synthesizers-laden title track that, high on cosmic vibes, shows the full, difficult-to-fathom depth of Feerick’s féerie." #kylefeerick #lightallaround Download/Stream: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/light-all-around-ep/1435022358 https://www.amazon.com/Light-All-Around-Kyle-Feerick/dp/B07H242ZWT https://open.spotify.com/album/5YZPmEtpiYKqFSGmTHkm5Z
Review KYLE FEERICK – Light All Around - http://dmme.net/kyle-feerick-light-all-around/ #KyleFeerick
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#TBT 2 our last full length record review in the Shepherd Express! We somehow missed this issue last year but appreciate the kind words! Order or stream "Heart" @ your favorite online music place! "Feerick's tenor singing—somewhere in tone between ’70s singer-songwriter Stephen Bishop and Al Wilson of ’60s blues disciples Canned Heat—tops an assortment of acoustic goings-on indebted to folk, but with expansive melodies and arrangements that bespeak Bon Iver and Iron & Wine on his listening menu." - Jamie Lee Rake https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/heart/1196582702 https://open.spotify.com/album/2WAaemfZGVhD3vZ3dHl9vc
Milwaukee’s Kyle Feerick identifies the music on his second album, Heart, as folk rock, but if that’s the case, the music ain’t what it used to be. Feerick’s tenor singing tops an assortment of acoustic goings-on indebted to folk, but with ...