Everywhere You Go Is Where You’ll Be by RAYGUN CARVER: Review
“Everywhere You Go Is Where You’ll Be” is a cinematic blues track that paints a picture of the American Midwest set at the end of the 19th century. It’s a track infused with melodic drama and thrill, crafted by RAYGUN CARVER. The artist’s guitar arrangements have an interesting vintage style. It’s drenched with an aura of sepia only true musical cowboys can acknowledge. So, what’s next, partner?
RAYGUN CARVER’s track is pretty laid-back and has a relaxing tone of guitars and slow basslines. Aside from that, a chill drum piece gives the tempo a swing, and a poetic vocalist creates the scene. The vibe is just so darn cool, and it makes you wonder how musicians can take a piece of music from an archaic time period and conjure up the melody like it was born in the modern day. That’s a talent you don’t come across easily, ladies and gentlemen. Furthermore, “Everywhere You Go Is Where You’ll Be” has an interesting transition in the middle where things take a fascinating turn. Vocal harmonies and jazzy guitar arrangements blend to create a mysterious sound, and a smooth guitar plays out. The lead has that familiar melancholic scent of the blues, yet it cheers you up with its cadence.
If you’re a loyal fan of Westerns and love the soundtracks that come along with them, then you should give “Everywhere You Go Is Where You’ll Be” by RAYGUN CARVER a go.
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Review by: Damien Reid