New Music Critique: Indiana Bradley

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Lyrics8
Music8
Vocals9
Musicianship8
8.2

The uber-deep voice of Indiana Bradley grabs your attention on his band’s mournful march, “Killin’ Time,” where the singer intones a merciless message: “empty souls must die.” The guitar solo is rippin’ and the band really rocks. Our hopes that Bradley’s voice could deliver additional dimensions (a la Nick Cave) was met with disappointment upon hearing “American Psycho,” a taut, fast-paced rocker on which the lead vocals are pretty much swamped in the mix. Much more successful is Bradley’s duet with Sie Sie Benoff; their male/female blend, coupled with the band’s crackling guitar distortion, is strong and significant, and helps lift the entire arrangement to a new level.

Contact: indianabradley@gmail.com, jredden@bohlsengroup.com

Web: indianabradley.com

Seeking: Label, Booking, Film/TV, Dist.

Style: Rock

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