Music Review: everywhere – Demo Tracks

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everywhere are a three piece band from Glasgow made up of Jimbo MacKellar on Guitar/Vocals, Royston O’Boogie on Bass/Backing Vocals and Dave Thomson on Drums/Percussion.

‘Last Reunion- Treacherous Thing’ has an easy going acoustic guitar to start, that provides the perfect accompaniment to the vocals, which are clear and well practiced. I really liked this track, it’s one of those songs that are simple and yet get stuck in your head for weeks. And I mean that it’s so bloody catchy, I listened to it about a dozen times before getting to this review and I think it’ll be lodged in my head till Christmas, and I don’t regret a thing.

‘Disappointed’ has more great vocals, I’m just sad it’s taken me this long to hear this band, because I like what they are putting out, clear cut lyrics, strong vocals and some great guitar sections. I use music to relax and to improve my mood, a byproduct of living my life like it’s a music video I suppose, so when I listen to tracks I’m always eager to hear one that I can just sit back and experience, its not one that’s all noise and energy, but instead a good sound and something that works regardless of what you are doing. Well ‘Disappointed’ is just such a track and I think it’s my favourite of the four demo tracks I have here today.

‘Fading Away’ is a little different from the previous tracks, a more distinct bassline and drum section for a start, but it’s also a little slower, and has a different pacing. Its nice. It’s also the only track so far that’s clear recorded live, its raw but I think that improves your enjoyment because you get a clear idea of what they sound like without any post production and they still manage to pull out a good track.

‘Success’ is another well paced track that you can sit back in a cozy wee armchair and just experience, its one of those tracks that heightens your mood the message behind it just kind of resonates with the listener.

So that’s what I thought of the demo tracks from everywhere, and you can check them out here, here, here and here. Also if you want to keep up to date with the band then follow them on Facebook.


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One thought on “Music Review: everywhere – Demo Tracks

  1. Thank you very much for your great review. We’ll keep you posted on further everywhere goings on as they unfold. Cheers!


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