The Lavender Scare is a keys-rock outfit from the USA.
The Lavender Scare
With only a couple of tracks that I been able to hear, initial impressions are of a band who are able to diffuse dense compositions through a mesh and ultimately end up with songs that are hazy in texturing, minding of peering through misted windows.
Wolves Of LA balances an angular-jazz feed with gazey guitar, keeping the listener attentive thought its just over five and three quarters duration without having any sense of the time having passed.
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Ava Rae Heatley is a keys-rock creator from the USA.
Ava Rae Heatley
Deft work on the key-board and an evocative vocal enables Ava Rae Heatley to deliver music of emotional fluidity, with each song revealing a new flowering – the latest being Grin And Bear It.
Frequently adding additional players to provide the framework for the compositions Grin And Bear It conjoins the supporting feature of percussion and lightly feathered guitar to the country-folk fused track which angles across the room akin to bouncing laser lights as the lyric pivots through a quizzical contemplation of life, whilst pianoforte slips in and out of a harmonic layering to the spikey vocal.
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