Artist: Vic Kingsley
Title: These Frequencies
Bitrate: 200kbit av.
Size: 65.78 mb
Rip Date: 2008-05-20
Str Date: 2008-00-00
1. Last Satellite 3:51
2. Fall With You (Come On, Come On) 3:55
3. You Are 3:30
4. B Is For Breaking My Heart 3:46
5. Only Loves Left 4:08
6. Numbers Are Rearranging 3:53
7. Take You Home 4:30
8. Missing You Tonight 4:13
9. Undercover 3:27
10. Singing It Out Loud 4:13
11. What Are We Going To Do 4:13
With a sound reminiscent of Snow Patrol, Travis, Mute Math &
Coldplay, Vic Kingsley masters the epic, sing-along chorus
while keeping their musical integrity intact. The Group is
comprised of Jon Draper who plays bass and backup vocals,
Luke Moellman on drums, keys and backup vocals, Ethan Carlson
on guitars, & Vic Kingsley on lead vocals, guitars, keys and
\"I really enjoy writing about strong emotions, whether they\'re
happy or sad,\" says Miami native singer/songwriter Vic Garcia,
known musically as Vic Kingsley. \"I write about a break-up, and
try to disguise some of the lines with vague insight, but you\'ll
feel the power of the sadness. I write un-obvious love songs
about finding love with a strong sentiment and no cliched lyrics.
\"The 24-year-old musician believes his musical path in life was
fated from an early age. A Beatles-fanatic uncle encouraged
Kingsley as a child to join in his Beatles covers, with Kingsley
belting out the best Lennon-McCartney songs.\"My uncle was the
first to instill that love of music in me,\" says Kingsley, who
still proclaims himself to be a huge fan and collector of
The Beatles. \"I was also really into Michael Jackson\'s music...
the melody, the sound and the dancing aspect, but when I hit 13
and really fell for The Beatles, it opened up a door\" for more
rock music to fill his young life.
Among the songs on \"These Frequencies\", \"Missing You Tonight\"
offers a dreamy, acoustic guitar strum with a soulful harmonica
solo over a lovelorn ballad. \"Last Satellite\" continues the
lyrical wordplay on top of driving, modern alternative rock
musical propulsion. Kingsley\'s emotional voice carries
\"Take You Home,\" a jangly rocker that could easily stand
alongside the best of R.E.M. and Elvis Costello. \"Undercover\"
serves itself up as the perfect example of Kingsley\'s vague
but emotionally powerful lyrical disguises:
\"The TV plays our favorite songs/but black and white the words
\"Undercover\" in particular is one of Kingsley\'s most veiled
songs - it is both heartbreaking and casual at the same time,
but simmering under the surface with regret and sadness.
\"I\'m into very realistic writing, but I like to cover up a lot
of the emotions with words - they\'re still there, you just have
to uncover them.\"
Each song on \"These Frequencies\" features Kingsley\'s unique
lyrical insight, seasoned voice and a musical mix that is equal
parts guitar, piano and uplifting rock & roll.