Totally cool! I love the kaleidoscope of sounds that Troxum brings to his music!
This is awesome! ;3
Love, love, love.
I love Troxum!
Butterbirds CD and cassette release show is Friday, Dec. 6th at the Shop in Bloomfield with Cbend, Dazzletine, and Nic Lawless. If you like what's up here, come check it aht! More info on Facebook.
We generally keep these posts on the short end, owing to the fact that the track is right there for everyone to listen to and form their own judgments, much as you did. Plus we ran a review of this album last month, with a little more space for description.
Anyway, nice work. Once you learn to spell words like "timbre," send your clips along and maybe we'll hire you.
First time hearing this, and I would like to add a few things that were not mentioned above. His voice has a soulful delivery. The musicianship shows high technical ability shrouded in pop-sensibility. His lyrical content emotes a crassness that touches on current radio RnB with the timber of a rock vocalist. So there you go: local RnB/Emo with exquisitely high musical chops. Look mom! I can be a writer for CP too! But seriously this kid puts in work, I wish the writer did the same.
I really like the guitar work and his voice. Good job, play on my brother.
Joe is an amazing artist whose talent is only exceeded by his big heart!
Here's the FB invite with deets! https://www.facebook.com/events/1415258382…
Awesome picture! Courtesy HughShows Photography.
Until the lyrics come to the forefront, it TOTALLY sounds like it keeps repeating, "Boner, boner, I can see your boner." But then the main singer ruins it by over-dubbing, "Aura, aura, I can see your aura."
Thank you for your tireless effort to entertain; the music world has lost an awesome talent of a man. You are a true Pittsburgh icon, rest in peace my friend.
I have been listening to TL for 48 years. That's a loooong time and a big chunk of my life. From pre-teen to a senior citizen I listened to that velvet voice and those great sounds. A part of me died too.
We'll miss you, Terry. Your soft & romantic voice brought so many young lovers together. You truly were a credit to the Pittsburgh's "sound" of doo-wops and dances. God bless you. Johnny B.(O'Hara)
I started listening to Terry Lee's "Music for young lovers" in high school, and his internet broadcast reminds me of those days. He will be sadly missed by all,,,,,
So bummed I missed that show!
Sounds so great guys. It's very full and melodic.
Production by Keor Meteor (Paris) http://soundcloud.com/keor-meteor-beats
and cuts by DJ Ivan6 (London) http://soundcloud.com/djivan6
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