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article imageReview: Blunda's vocals remind listeners of David Byrne

By Wesley Butler     Apr 29, 2014 in Entertainment
New York - Music lovers have probably heard “Blunda” before in some form, whether through his involvement as guitarist/keyboardist for Paloalto, who recorded 2 albums with Rick Rubin on American Recordings, or his previous work as guitarist for Fastball.
Currently, Andy Blunda is releasing his 2nd solo EP featuring his own self-produced blend of 80's new wave and moody indie pop with emotive vocals.
All five tracks are unique and solid in their on right, but two are worthy of special attention. First, "Messages" takes on a dreamy demeanor with its evolving pads and grooving bass riff.
Blunda's vocals may remind listeners of David Byrne, and the instrumentals pay homage to the new wave style of the 80s.
The second, "If You Want Me", appeals more to synth fans with the intro's PWM square wave oscillator and the Muse-style vocal treatment throughout. A darker yet dreamier progression, "If You Want Me" distinguishes itself from the rest of the album with its unique sound design.
With a voice like Chris Martin and a sound easily compared to Neon Indian and Beach House, Blunda is a must have for all pop fans.
For more information about Blunda, visit his website.
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