“This is a deep forest of loungish grooves and harmonies through a brilliant structure and elegant vibes.”
This song is influenced by the poem 'The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock' by T S Eliot. It's an art rock/ progressive rock journey narrative that juxtaposes modern materialist lifestyles with a more abstract philosophical perspective. Black Bordello has been described by Loud and Quiet as 'genre-defying' and 'world-building', practices that are soundly demonstrated in Prufrock.
“When I Wake from Jack Simchack is an emotional chaser through psychedelic rock with his vocal depth been recognizable once you become familiar with his music due of his signature style.”
Jack Simchak is a singer/multi-instrumentalist that lives in Brooklyn, New York. Simchak writes, produces, records, and performs his original compositions in his home studio. His compositions show his affinity for bands such as Tears For Fears, Joy Division, The Cure and The Smiths. www.instagram.com/jacksimchak/
William Sanford – We Will Fight and Defeat These Bulbous Spheres with Their Tiny Little Crowns (Spotify)
An out of the usual attempt to bridge the wide gulf between modern electronica and progressive rock which partly flirts with alternative and experimental. William Sanford is a hobbyist musician from the Chicago area/NW Indiana that draws influences from Ambient, Downtempo, IDM, Progressive Rock, Art Rock, Pop, and the Avant-garde.
More info: www.williamsanford.rocks/