Enjoy Phenomenal Phoenix-Based Vocal And Rhythm Excitement From Snailmate And The Laziest Man In The World
The Laziest Man In The World
Wait, is this a song about me? Is this a song about you? Never! It’s about somebody we might know or can easily imagine and it’s part of the new album, Stress Sandwich. If you like bands such as System of a Down, Green Jello, and Primus, then Snailmate are right up your street. They deliver a classic atmosphere with their fresh take on the noise sound that cross-bred funk metal with oi punk. Produced in Phoenix at Lava Lake Studio by none other than Ari Leopold, this musically minded work of art symbolised the ups and downs of life in brand new ways. With this single, the duo has enlisted the video creation skills of Chase A Warren, the Arizona-based director and photographer with plenty of accolades behind him.
A radio is tuned in and allowed to cat its analogue spell of static and sound. A bass then thumps in with a chorus of vocals that digs in with hip-hop style rhythms. A rap begins with stories about the laziest man in the world doing nothing much at all. A tongue in cheek drive through interesting and comedic verses intersects with clever Frank Zappa style spontaneity that keeps the action pumping. Layers of bass and synthesiser mingle with the harmonies of voice that overlap and bounce against each other’s vibes. The Laziest Man In The World by Snailmate is instantly recognisable and full on with catchy segments.
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Jody And The Jerms
The Oxford pop-rock wonderlings Jody And The Jerms are back with one more number before the year ends. The lively and energetic group have been riding a wave of creativity since Sound Read Six covered Started Something, with the music recorded in August at Safehouse Studios. The song is about hope and belief when confronted with a focus of darkness, the very seed that grows into trees of peace if given time to flourish. Jody And The Jerms have completed a massive tour with dozens of dates around the UK to highlight April’s album, Wonder. While the guitars were packed away in the tour van, the band came up with this tune and hummed it into a phone. With digital magic, the music was captured and preserved for a song to be formed a few weeks later. So thanks to a phone and a spontaneous creative moment, we can all enjoy Divine.
It opens with a surge of lush tones that resonate in a brief semblance before melodic vocals break from the eggshell. Drums and guitar jostle with funky grooves and uplifting blues licks as the harmonies and vocal poetry twinkle and shine in starlit skies of emotion. A choppy and catchy chorus leans in against vibrant and soaring verses. Interludes of music interject facias of fascination with synthesiser and guitar working together with a slightly retro influence as the focus of sound reaches way beyond and into the modern day. Divine from Jody and the Jerms is a fun and lively number that will have you jumping up and down if you’re lucky enough to see it live.
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