“Women of the Right” by Autorub, is a resounding testament to their musical artistry. This compact concept EP masterfully navigates the intricate waters of rock music, offering a captivating blend of contemporary drive and timeless allure.
One of the standout features of “Women of the Right” is its dynamic energy. Each track bursts forth with an infectious vitality that holds the listener captive from start to finish. The band’s intuitive understanding of harmony and melody shines through, crafting melodies that are both captivating and unpredictable. This sonic journey avoids clichés, offering a unique and exhilarating experience that keeps the listener engaged.
Equally impressive is the production quality of the EP. The soundscapes are expertly balanced, allowing each instrument to shine without overshadowing the others. This meticulous attention to detail not only captures the raw energy of the band’s performance but also maintains a polished finish that enhances the overall listening experience.
The two tracks really shine with their own style. “Kari Lake Blocked Me on Twitter” and “Big Girl Big Gun.” The former, a punchy garage-style anthem, brims with attitude and irreverence, while the latter, infused with Southern-rock influences, offers a mellower yet equally evocative experience. Autorub’s lead vocalist delivers a charming and evocative performance that perfectly complements the EP’s playful material.
With its infectious energy and intricate melodies, the EP is a triumphant addition to the world of rock music. “Women of the Right” invites listeners to join this exciting journey, from the first note to the last, leaving an indelible impression of infectious enthusiasm and musical brilliance.
Review By: Diana Reed