ALBUM REVIEW – SCOTI * SLATE “GOOD FIGHT”

I don’t know if I’ve ever used the word “intriguing” to describe an album before, but I’m going to use it right now: Scoti*Slate’s debut album “Good Fight” is intriguing. It’s intriguing because the band explores such a wide range of sounds, from sleek and shiny modern rock spiced up with funky rhythms, to hard-rocking, rough-edged tunes, and occasionally they even put a sweet twist of pop/rock in the mix. It’s also intriguing because every now and then the music makes me flash back to the 1980s versions of David Bowie and Prince, and that doesn’t happen to me very often.

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Hard Rock Nights Under Further Review - SCOTI*SLATE “Good Fight”

I don’t know if I’ve ever used the word “intriguing” to describe an album before, but I’m going to use it right now: Scoti*Slate’s album “Good Fight” is intriguing. It’s intriguing because the band serves up such a wide range of sounds, from sleek modern rock spiced up with funky rhythms, to hard-and-rough rockers, and even twisting some pop/rock into the mix. It’s also intriguing because every now and then, “Good Fight” makes me flash back to the 1980s-versions of INXS, David Bowie and Prince, and that doesn’t happen to me very often.

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