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Dru Cutler

Hometown

Review by Gary Hill
This new single lands in the neighborhood of alternative pop. The two songs are quite different. One is a bit of a mid-tempo rocker, while the other is more of a dreamy ballad. Both are good tunes.
Track by Track Review
Hometown
Folk, pop and a bit of alternative rock seem to merge here. This is a mid-tempo, catchy number that flows well. There is some rather raw guitar soloing on this.
Infinite Moons
This is a slow and quite mellow balladic piece at the start. It gets a bit more energy and volume as it continues. Overall, though, this is a fairly sedate tune that lands somewhere between dream-pop and alternative rock.
 
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