Not only is he an edgy singer, but Jay Joslyn sees the quality of music that modern music listener’s need. Plugged in and sped up, the results of his latest EP, There’s a Shake in My Hands and a Song in My Head, is quite impressive. This eight-track album is inspired by folk acoustic genre.

Joslyn’s sound ties the breach between feeble flesh and formidable soul ruggedly, sensually, and genuinely, making it a work of implausible music. It is a brusque set of folk acoustics songs with sharp guitar sounds.

I Feel Busy is a brilliantly bold, robust work, showcasing real development and the kind of graceful skill that places Jay Joslyn ahead of the list.

I Don’t Think You’ll Ever Be has essences lyrically and musically, making it an abundantly successful endeavor. Finally, Some Birds has lingering dip in passion at the end of every phrase. Thus, having the complete volume of reverb to really pull at your heartstrings.

There is no way to ignore the fact that Jay Joslyn is a great lyricist with melodies to boot. This is guy is well worth checking out.

Track List:
1. Leap Year
2. I Feel Busy
3. Small, as we are
4. Often Crosses Your Mind
5. Here it Comes
6. Throw Caution to the Wind, Never Ever Catch on
7. I Don’t Think You’ll Ever be
8. Some Birds

Related Links:
Jay Joslyn on Bandcamp