Soundgazer is a Toronto based act whose style is characterized by a unique blend of synthesizers and guitars layered with harmony vocals. Danceable beats, catchy melodies, and diversely influenced compositions further underpin the band's sound.
The act came to life in the summer of 2007. Soundgazer's initial recordings and live performances were almost entirely electronic and featured an aggressive singing style that was quickly outgrown by its members. While retaining fundamental electro elements, Soundgazer soon incorporated clean vocals and a more dominant guitar presence, creating the style now associated with the act.
Formulating this sound has often made genre classification difficult; though loosely applied, “synth rock” is a common affiliation for the band.
|POSTED BY: disturbed3003||POSTED ON: 27 Dec 2010 11:39 AM|
The fantastic album, “Inner Speech,” by the talented group Soundgazer, is jam packed with danceable grooves. This CD has an amazing balance of Electronic sounds blended with gripping vocals and blazing guitars. The melodic melodies are edgy and stir up interesting beats that ignite with vibrant energy. The song, “Fade,” has a hypnotizing vibe that grooves around the crunchy guitar riffs and emotive vocals. Another song you will find appealing is, “Polar Sun,” as the razor sharp guitar bellows a memorable rock progression while the drums keep a strong and solid tempo. The energetic energy on the song, “Live For All,” moves with strong industrial pulses as the vocals boldly belt out the passionate lyrics. You will really enjoy the intoxicating collection of Electronic music on the excellent album, “Inner Speech.”
-Diane and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
|POSTED BY: radioindy||POSTED ON: 08 Dec 2010 03:44 PM|