Posted by: outroversion | February 4, 2015

Review: Chris Smee- Through It All

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Chris SmeeThrough It All

One of the greatest things about independent festivals is the support shown for the local music scene, encouraging and developing talent until they’re either too big to play there or indebted to the field where their careers began to the extent they’re obliged to play there every year.

As well as those lucky few and the ones who just seem to rock up every year regardless, you get to see the very earliest signs of life from artists with huge potential and likelihood to burgeon. This guy is a great example of this, bassist for Cheltenham’s Strange Things Frighten Us (STFU) who doubtlessly have a great future, here Chris Smee displays just as much confidence and competence guitaristically. Not a word? it should be.

Released this coming Saturday, a smooth and professional debut, pleasing in tone with Sheeranesque syncopated percussion. Peep dat.

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Through It All

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