Without people…you’re nothing – Joe Strummer
I had picked up this song while looking through releases by Just Because Records out of Cleveland. I was in a super-chill mood at the time and this track fit right into that groove. Since then I have listened to other ones from this album and would definitely also recommend “Turn To Blue.” If you listen to it…just wait out that hard stop in the middle…it turns out just fine in the end:)
Anyway, back to Azalea City…so this kicks right into groovy from the first hard clicks of the minimalist drum beat and the vox’ed up guitar. The melody line keeps you tapping your foot and Nick’s voice has a bit of a softened up raspiness to it, kind of lulling you into calmness. This is a solid, mellow tune which is easy to listen along with but also has a few deeper intrigues if you take the time to find them.
I believe I read on the Just Because FB site that Nick played all instruments on this record so many props for those talents!
You can check out more of the music and information on the Bandcamp page https://justbecauserecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-multiverse-waltz
As always please remember to support your local folks doing all the good things ….community is powerful 🙂
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