Light Of The Moon by Red Matter: Review
Red Matter is an electrifying musical act that amplifies your senses with their sound. Their melodic aura is all about good vibes and the sweet taste of rock. Aside from that, elements of jazz, blues, and funk are also mixed for a fabulous outcome. This brings us to their stunning tune, “Light Of The Moon.” It’s an exhilarating rock number that grabs hold of your senses with energetic vocals and a galloping bass. But there’s more, folks, so stick around till the end of this review!
“Light Of The Moon” enters with a fast-paced rhythm section of guitars, drums, and basslines. Eventually, a clean organ enters, and the singers start their natural groove. Both vocalists are in their element, and it’s a delight to witness their harmony in action. Side by side, funky guitar lines synergize with their presence and create a vibrant aura. Furthermore, what intrigued me was the bass guitar’s inclusion. I feel that without its presence, the entire track would miss an integral component, and thus it elated me to hear about the complete project. Ultimately, “Light Of The Moon” is a rock song with a complete rhythm section. They didn’t skip a beat or leave out a layer of instruments.
A gripping guitar solo comes on at the end of “Light Of The Moon” and it’s a fitting goodbye to such a captivating number. Which by the way is available for streaming, so please do check it out!
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Review by: Damien Reid