Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Shinyribs Develop Their Sound With "Fog & Bling" and Singer/Songwriter Pete Muller Gives Us "Dissolve"

Returning from Austin, TX is the award-winning band, Shinyribs with their new album titled "Fog & Bling." This "supergroup" brings together music genres, like R&B, rock, funk and folk music to create a unique sound which is especially heard on the album's opening track "Sing It Right." They settle down for the more laid-back, seventies folk vibe of "Highway Of Diamonds," before playing around with the jazzy, swamp-rock rhythm of "What A Man." The nostalgic tone of "I'm Clean" is undeniably addictive and "Crazy Lonely" feels like it came from the pages of the Al Green's songbook. Shinyribs wrap up their new album with the swagger of "Good Times And Bad" and the mellow R&B groove of "Doin' It (With Ya)," which will have you hitting repeat on this album. To find out more about Shinyribs and their latest release "Fog & Bling," please visit shinyribs.org.

American singer/songwriter Pete Muller recently released his latest album "Dissolve" back in May. It was produced by Emmy Award winner Rob Mathes (Sting, Rod Stewart) and features some of Muller's most emotional songs to date. The new 14-song release showcases Muller's rise to one of the top financial minds in the country, before following his dream of performing music. The song "Like A Dream" centers around his journey, as his stellar vocals find support from the song's gentle, melodic tone. Muller delivers an upbeat country/pop tone with "Back To Nothing," before slowing down for the folk-style ballad "This Ain't Me." The album continues with the jazzy, swinging rhythm of "Scraps Of Your Love" and the fun, Americana feel of "Another World," as Pete Muller seems most comfortable in this setting. He wraps up his new album with the grand, orchestral rock of the title-song "Dissolve" and the fun, upbeat delivery of "San Diego (When You Coming Home)." To find out more about Pete Muller and his latest release "Dissolve," please visit petemuller.com.

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