Tuesday, March 20, 2012

SSG Reviews Solander's "Passing Mt. Satu"

"Their folksy style fits in quite well with the softer trend in rock these days that has left many to wonder if ‘rock’ is dead. Dave Grohl may lament the type of songwriting that lends itself more to small packed coffee shops than stadiums that makes ants of the musicians, but it is hard to disregard its value listening toPassing Mt. Satu. “Flight” is home to the most depressing thought humanity has tooffer: “Everyone on this earth dies alone/And so will we.” The banjo and strings create mournful bluegrass with the easiness of floating down a river on an inner tube."

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