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Starveya

Let You In (digital single)

Review by Gary Hill

Based on this one song, I'd definitely be interested in hearing more from this artist. I suppose that's one of the goals of a single. This makes me think of the psychedelic revival of the 1990s to a large degree.

This review is available in book (paperback and hardcover) form in Music Street Journal: 2020  Volume 6. More information and purchase links can be found at: garyhillauthor.com/Music-Street-Journal-2020.

Track by Track Review
Let You In
Keyboard textures bring this into being. The rest of the instruments join in a trippy kind of Americana vibe from there. As the vocals enter the number becomes sort of a hybrid of psychedelia and alternative rock. The cut picks up more energy as it grows. It's a tasty tune that has a timeless quality to it. There are some cool bits of keyboard sound here and there as the piece continues, but overall it's more of a guitar rock based tune.
 
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