Tuesday, May 21, 2013

CD Review: Keith Moody Is "Dreaming Out Loud," While Keyless Becomes A "Hot Shot"

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Keith Moodyis looking to build upon the success of his latest release "Dreaming Out Loud." This album shows Keith in a different light as his music has a stripped-down, acoustic pop appeal. But no matter what type of music he plays, his wonderful songwriting is what makes his music so attractive.
The eleven-song release begins with the pop/rock of "Long Way Up," as his music and vocals draws some similarities to Matthew Sweet. Another great sounding, up-tempo acoustic rocker is "Lay It Down Easy" as Moody lifts your spirit with his words of encouragement. It's great to hear Moody add a dash of punk into his clean-sounding repetoire as in "Up," but his lyrics really fly during the blusey ballad "Red Line." The album closes with Moody showing us more of his guitar skills on the swaying blues of "Plastic Hearts."
Keith Moody has a load of live dates scattered throughout the U.S., beginning June 1st in Florida. For a complete list of tour dates and for more information on Moody's new album "Dreaming Out Loud," please visit keithmoody.com.
Memphis, TN pop artist Keyless is looking to breakthrough with his new album "Hot Shot." The self-released album comes out May 21 and features the song "Deep End" which has been featured on a number of television shows and appears in the full-length motion picture "The Devil Within: Rise Of Evil." The song combines a memorable chorus with a dancefloor beat that is very contagious to get wrapped up in. The album's lead single "Everything" is beginning to catch fire on the "top 40" charts with its pure pop lyrics and easy to follow beats that appeal to listeners of all ages. Some of the other songs on the album take on a more club beat like "Crazy" and "War On The Floor," before the album closes with another possible hit with Keyless taking on the DJ reigns in"Shatter."
To find out more on Keyless and his new album "Hot Shot." please visit keylessmusic.com.

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