It’s clear that when Joey Sherman creates music the rulebook is no where in sight, even when you’re two minutes into the orchestral track which is Indian Summer, you have no idea what you’re listening to. Is it prog rock? Post rock? Orchestral Blues? There’s not a box big enough to put this sound within, it’s boundless, progressive, almost 7 minutes of pure, sultry cacophonies over the occasional transcendent guitar solo. The poetic singer, song writer and producer dropped his debut track New Years Eve which he douses in his pioneering sound.
When most musicians claim to be influenced by everything, it’s normally a vain attempt to seem more open and cultural, yet with Joey Sherman, you can hear his influence ring through his music, it’s sweetly reminiscent of everything from a Ramin Djawadi composition, to a Red Hot Chilli Peppers track. The production for such an underground track, is so polished, yet intricately grunge its paradoxical. However you define the sound, it’s definitely not something you want to miss out on.
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