Sweeping, epicly sweeping is the feeling you get when listening to Analog Rebellion. Unbridled creativity oozes forth from each and every line, matched with great visuals and the listener is caught up in a whirl of sound that builds toward a fantastic finish, it is the sonic version of riding a roaring rocket then braking through the clouds to the most beautiful sunrise ever seen. Analog Rebellion is the solo, independent music project of Aledo, Texas songwriter Daniel Hunter. Hunter writes, records and performs all of his own music, and refers to his sound as “Stadium Lo-Fi”, an oxymoronic synthesis of the Lo-Fi genre and Stadium Rock genre.
Many artists have tried to blend genres like pop, hip-hop, rock, and electronic and many have failed. Example: Lil Wayne, Kevin Rudolf. Not the case for EKG, these guys have found that mystical formula that brings together various elements of the top forms of music and distills them into a speaker melting mix. If you don’t like the work these guys have done then you might not have a pulse. It is immediately obvious that fun fuels this group, there is no teen angst or political pretension from EKG, they are all about fun filled jams that make you just want to bob your head.
Calhoun has a sound that brings about a feeling of understated impossible happenings. They have the sound track to that day were everything is going your way. Calhoun is based out of Fort Worth, Texas home to an amazing depth of field when it come to music of all types. In all of the competition Calhoun stands out from the crowd drawing fans far and wide as they strive to create sincere music that is true to themselves and take listeners to places they never imagined.
Sometimes when you just need to sit down an contemplate life, its nice to have music that can accompany those thoughts. Not every type of music is conducive to contemplation but the musical style of The Orbans is one that lets you get lost in your thoughts. The lyrics of their songs creates a flow that surrounds the listener and interjects pictures to take you to another place. The Orbans make great use of the emotional impact of their style of music, it is apparent that they really attempt to put their souls into each sonic endeavor.