Crime by Roxercat: Review
Roxercat’s track “Crime” is an absolute force with layers of psychedelic rock and funk. The essence of this song has a jazzy bass arrangement flowing through it, while smooth guitar licks blend right in. Aside from this, a confident singer takes the center stage and charges the elements behind “Crime.”
The music of Roxercat is a brilliant combination of groove and dynamic rock. The two facets work in synergy as witnessed by Crime’s jazz and blues rhythm sections. A lively organ is consistent within the song’s structure a tasty bass guitar plays in cohesion. The singer mixes a classic rock style in the track’s passages, with equal parts of funk and playfulness. Their gritty tone fuses magnificently with the verse and chorus bits. Although the song’s core involves a high-octane vocal performance, there are also softer portions here and there. This adds to the build-up of top-notch screaming and face-melting guitar solos. Speaking of which, the guitar’s firm presence surrounds the track at various sequences, accompanying shredding and bluesy notes with it.
Psychedelic rock pioneers Pink Floyd and Porcupine Tree played a pivotal role in my melodic upbringing. Fundamentally speaking, the genre’s depth is appreciated more and more today all because of these influential bands. So, I was pretty moved by the performance of Roxercat’s “Crime”, as it paid homage to that familiar tone. Without a doubt, the artist’s tune is a solid one and a compelling jam!
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Review by: Damien Reid