Hedonistic album (a good thing), C.Ross seems to make every right decision- no bloated tracks or forced lyrics here: a fatless, focused work. An artist comfortable in his own skin, great sounding songs. Please support independent music.
Great album. While my musical preferences skew toward shock- rock for its cynical and iconoclastic themes, I would match these lyrics against any. C.E. channels more Anne Sexton than Emily Dickinson. Favorite track: Heaven and Hell
Excellent EP, the nuanced guitars stood out. Used sparingly, the minimalistic guitars punctuate and enhance where needed. Less is more; an artist who understands music is not in the notes, but in the silence between them.
Lots of lyrics here, which as a compliment to the music create a definitive character and narrative. There's a story here; it's not my story, it's probably the polar opposite of my story, but it's a good story.
Angry, yet hopeful, you can tell these songs were worked on a long time before being recorded. These accessible songs are brilliantly constructed, each musical choice is spot on contributing to a satisfying payoff.