There is a warm undertow to Vantage Point which is drawn by an underpinning of acoustic instrumentation that pulls the listener inexorably in to the web of the multilayered composition with the vocal adding a singular identity of drifting sadness.
The Swedish alt-rock creator Martin Rubashov released the single Muddy Mountain King on the 22nd.
Martin Rubashov – Photo credit – Niklas Brodd
Deeply rooted in ’80s rock Martin Rubashov creates music of brooding countenance that has an intricacy of layering which wraps the listener in a protective cloak in which they can take respite while chill winds blow through the room.
In Muddy Mountain King – Martin Rubashov – delivers a track that revolves around persistent percussion from which the guitar and vocal evolve in harmonic spirals in which the audience becomes mesmerised.
The Swedish alt-rock creator Martin Rubashov last featured a couple of years ago.
Martin Rubashov and Anders Fridén
The newest single – Black Elk, which was released earlier in the month, is a collaboration with Anders Fridén – the vocalist with In Flames – in a track that contains the brooding elements to be anticipated, through set to a faster tempo, giving the song a more oppressive disposition.