The White Raven has released its first single, namely “Headlights.” There isn’t much available on this band, at least not in the United States. So, in an attempt to be creative, this post will include three songs with the title “Headlights.” The one by The White Raven is in the “Goldilocks Zone,' since Morning Parade’s is too soft (a little too Poppy) and Eminem’s is too hard (far too many “F bombs’). We’re not saying that the song by The White Raven is “just right,” but it is definitely in that zone.
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“Dust” is more percussion-driven than the 2013 releases from Little May, which shows the flexibility to the trio. The first portion of the song uses the percussion merely as a “feature” that is woven (nicely mixed) with the other features. Then, the center portion allows the percussion to step forward and take more attention, although the vocals remain the defining feature of the band. In the final portion, which starts at the 2:53 mark, the acoustic guitar strumming is percussive in its function.
Well played, Little May!!! Even limiting the list of singer/songwriters to male Londoners who have been featured by Indie Obsessive within the last year, there are very strong entries. Ben Howard, John Newman, and Sam Smith easily fit in a first tier.
The Facebook page of Tom Odell identifies London as his current location. Josh Record’s song “The War” is a favorite. Luke Sital-Singh doesn’t receive the attention he deserves. Sivu (James Page) is from St. Ives, but is currently based in London.
“Minimal Love” is a song that puts Freddie Dickson on this list with a star next to his name. The term “shoegaze” originated from the appearance of guitarists as they seemed to stare at their feet while manipulating “effect pedals.” Well without question, the song “Moosehead” includes the on-the-fly processing effects that scream “Shoegaze!” But particularly in the final 40 seconds of the song, the changes in processing reach a level that caused us to scurry (there’s a word that never fails to trigger a humorous mental image) to the concert schedule of SPIES. It would be interesting to watch them perform “Moosehead.” Are the effects 'foot generated?' Are are they primarily 'distortion fed?' During your performance, we sided with the people around us, who started with a positive attitude, but quickly experienced an attitude adjustment. We laughed when someone commented that the extended breaks between songs were necessary because your ego needed regular off-stage massages from your paid staff. We joined those in our area who ridiculed your quotes of “ Where da press at?” and “ I Am the Number One M_____F____ RockStar on the planet!” And we followed the many Bonnarrovians who exited well before the end of your setlist. Digital Signal Processing Salivahanan Ebook Download more.