Thursday, October 14, 2010

ALBUM REVIEW: A Moment's Worth's "Start Where You Are"

What I've always loved about this band is that even though they haven't officially hit the big time yet, their music never sounds like amateur hour at the nearest karaoke bar. Their musical production, vocals, instrumentals, and lyrics are always on point. Check out their latest, Start Where You Are, on MySpace.

I'm particularly partial to the stadium-friendly songs that are ripe for audience participation: the title track (chant: "Are you afraid again? / Is nobody listening? / Does nobody comprehend / what it is you're going through?!") and "Rule No. 1" (chant: "Whose side are we on?!!!"). But the song I had to have was "Dedicate," a huge departure from their usual sound, with a folksy, Train-like rhythm, and proof that they're not a one-trick pony.

No comments:

Post a Comment