Fly, Go, Machine is the latest release from Boot Palace. Available to download and stream from all good digital outlets. Show some love to the artist and listen below.
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Fly, Go, Machine is the second EP released by Boot Palace, the alternative / indie rock home of musician and producer Jeremy Doyle.
The ethos behind the Boot Palace sound is to fuse a mix of guitars and synths, building well crafted songs into an epic, edgy landscape. This release takes the sound of Under Stones and gives it a greater width and depth; the five songs are diverse but come together to sit the listener firmly in an experimental, cinematic world.
Numbers on the Radio.' creates an incredible mood. The moment you hit play, a gritty synth pad and anxious, plucked strings greet your ears.
When the drums come in, they create a polyrhythm with the strings, making it hard to predict when the beat will land. The overall effect is an uneasy symphony that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
A dark and grimy bass writhes beneath the drums, twisting through dub inspired riffs.
As the verse begins, the tracked vocals add to the tension. Boot Palace's mellow vocal delivery, sounds almost ghostly.
The killer guitar solo at the one minute mark doesn't hurt either. Consistent readers will know that I love a nice crunchy guitar tone.
The lyrics croon over strange numbers heard on the radio. As I listen, I can't help but imagine myself driving on some backwoods road, tuning into a bizarre numbers station.
It all sounds extremely mysterious. Which is wonderful. A terrific mix is important, but oftentimes it's the song's mood that really grabs the listener.