Brought to you by Boompa Productions, the Vancouverites that call themselves “music geeks” bring you their 6th and most recent album “Grey Eyes” released October 2010.
Fresh off the press, this indie pop album embraces orchestral sounds and features: clarinet, bass clarinets, trumpets, baritones, flugelhorns, tenor sax, bari sax and tuba with flute as a vocal accompaniment and beautiful touch.
Scott Walker puts his Bachelors in Music to practice through singing, writing and producing a unique album. The tracks fuse pop liveliness with orchestral varities that mesh jazz rifts with symphonic harmonies accompanied by the traditional use of a snare. The best part about it is that unlike other indie albums I have encountered, the vocals are audible and the lyrics genuine. Plus the album includes slight electronic mash-ups that are just subtle enough to not distress the pop-lover ears.
If you appreciate the uplifting effect music can have on making a bad day seem a bit better then you will certainly appreciate ‘Grey Eyes’ by the Salteens.
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