Music Review: Tiny Vinyl – Demo Tracks

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Tiny Vinyl are a five piece alternative rock group based in Glasgow made up of Neil Lovett on Lead Guitar/Vocals, Andrew (Guetta) Ferguson on Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, Colin Mackintosh on Bass, Calum Lovett on Lead Vocals and Ruairidh (Roostar) Watts on Drums. If you want to find out more about Tiny Vinyl you can check out this interview I did with them by clicking here.

‘Wicked Witch’ was not what I was expecting, and I suppose the mark of a good song is that it doesn’t always do what you think it’s going to do. This track has a lot of passion and is upbeat, I hope to be able to see them live because I think this song would work incredibly well in a live setting. Overall this track is tight and well produced and I thoroughly recommend giving it a listen.

‘Birthday’ has a nice thrumming guitar intro, that is upbeat and again filled with a warm energy, I again think this track would be well received if and when they play it live. I think this was my favourite of the three tracks, it just gets you involved, especially with its catchy little hook about the festival down the road. I think this is another on the long list of songs that’ll get stuck in my head for an unfeasible amount of time, and I thank Tiny Vinyl for that, better this that something I don’t like.

‘Tunnels’ was different from the other two tracks, a little bit more of a melancholic edge, a little bit softer and slower, but no less good because of it. The vocalist for this track added something different to the track as well, he has a gentle voice which carries well enough to be heard. I liked tunnels, and I always like a band that doesn’t mind changing up their tracks because you get to see what they can really do.

So that’s what I thought of Tiny Vinyl’s Demo Tracks and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Soundcloud. Support the band by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

First Published on: https://www.newhellfireclub.co.uk


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