Music Reviews

Hello

The Last Place on Earth

self-released

Moody alternative rock starts out this disc, with the vocals almost immediately snagging across a Pearl Jam throatiness, or maybe it’s Alice in Chains, or Creed• or maybe even Hootie and The Blowfish during a more intense moment. Then it moves into a more Doors influenced vibe, like speeding across Americana highways with the bottle of Jack Daniels next to you. Then it hits a keyboard groove, like some velvet smoking lounge on speed, and the vocals still remind me of you know who.

Hello, PO Box 33733, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420; http://www.thebandhello.com


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