When was the last time you listened to a simple pop-rock record?
Amidst a musical landscape that has acts continuously trying to sound sophisticated, Jonathan Jones keeps things fairly basic and straightforward. He culls inspiration from the late 00′s big names (Coldplay, The Fray, and Jimmy Eat World) to create music that’s as radio-friendly as its easily likeable.
I might be a huge, huge pop fan, but I know a good rock band when I hear it.
Such is the case with Old Man Wizard, whose “rock” label isn’t only for show, but is also here to debunk everyone who’s pretending that they are.
If one mardi gras would be scored by a rock band (or even a metal one), it would probably lay some good music like those of Platypus Egg.
Formed in 2009, this five-piece act is an experimental rock band that peculiarly mixes rock music, funky fiesta rhythms, and occasional death growls.