The Fine Chairs
The Fine Chairs
The Fine Chairs
Review for "Fadin' Away" by Zachary Larson @ Radio Airplay

Overall Impression: The Fine Chairs have released their new rock tune Fadin' Away. Grooving gently with guitars and drums, Fadin' Away features a laid back rock sound tinted with psychedelics. While the groove stays on the subdued side, the jangly instrumental colors and bright vocals cut straight through and imbed themselves in listeners' ears. The solidity of the music and singing gives way for listeners to bask in the waves of sound. Overall, the tune has a stretchy quality that pulls and elongates time. This is especially prevalent in the chorus, which manages to be incredibly catchy while pulling listeners through an intricate colorful weave. With the release of Fadin' Away, The Fine Chairs provide listeners a chance to dissipate and melt away with the music for an incredibly enjoyable experience.

Strongest Point(s): There are many fine points with Fadin' Away and after sifting through each one of them, I still can't get the chorus out of my head.

Area(s) of Improvement: None, very nicely done. *note* the comments in this section, and the rated boxes below, are not displayed publicly in posted reviews and remain between the reviewer and artist.

Target Audience Appeal: Fans of Pop, Psychedelic, and British Rock will dig Fadin' Away by The Fine Chairs.

Artist target suggestions: R.E.M., The Beatles, The Vines, Tom Petty, John Lennon, Bob Dylan, The Monkees, The Kinks, George Harrison, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Lloyd Cole

About The Reviewer: Zachary Larson is a professional touring guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. Getting his start in high school rock bands, he has since toured as a classical chamber musician, onboard luxury cruises, and with the Broadway musicals Finding Neverland and Escape To Margaritaville. His recorded work spans from classical works and pop tunes, to mind-bending experimental music. His arrangements of orchestral music are published through Clear Note Publications. Classically trained, he holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Denver.

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