Windows – Greye (reviewed by Dave Franklin)   Leave a comment

Dancing About Architecture

GREYEWindowsGreye are that perfect example that music is normally either too simple or too layered to be called anything other than rock and roll…as opposed to rock ‘n’roll and all that crepe-sole music! Straight down the line guitar music generally needs nothing more than such a simple label but in the case of Greye it is the dexterity of their layering, the deftness of the musical textures that they work with that means unless you have the time to pick things apart you might as well stick with the easy and general term suggested.

Hang on! I do have the time, hold my copy of “Complicated Music Labels For Simple People” by Lester Bangs…I’m going in.

Greye drive on a country-rock sound, but as their self-imposed moniker “progressive-indie” suggests there is a lot more than that going on here than. Pop the hood and you find bass lines which float…

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Posted August 7, 2017 by Middle Tennessee Music in Uncategorized

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