New Music Critique: Wreckless Strangers

Wreckless Strangers
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Web: wrecklessstrangers.com

Seeking: Booking, Film/TV
Style: Americana

Anyone looking for a blues-rock outfit that can bring the heart and soul in a big way should get to know these Strangers. The musicianship—piano, organ, incredible harmonica—is top-notch. Above all, though, is the vocal prowess of Amber Morris who brings such a rich, husky, soulful sound.  And all of it, like the lurching “Sun State,” is captured by excellent production. Piano and organ make a deep impact on the clever “Alexa,” in which Morris describes the love/hate relationship—the creepy dependency—she has with the Amazon A.I. device. “Ain’t No Thing” is a rousing, stand-up-and-shout rock & roller that features a harmony duet with Morris and a male singer. On each song, everything sounds exactly right.