Most Addictive Song (for now) #001 The Jellyrox "Rebel Tide" (Coffee House Version) by Kevin Thorson on 2013-04-23 08:26:20
I've been wanting to do a weekly article highlighting one new or recent song that I've been listening to way too much because it's just so good. This series will also double as a song review/recommendation. You can check out this series every week to discover new songs to add to your next playlist.
So today I'm starting the series with my first pick and it's a song that is so crisp and clean and sounds amazing on my sound system. The acoustic guitars are not at all complicated but just plain beautiful. This song is so perfectly tracked and uncomplicated that it's brilliant.
What song is it? It's the acoustic version of The Jellyrox's "Rebel Tide". The coffee house version. The original "Rebel Tide" song is from the EP "Embellish" which released today. The remixed version is not on the EP but you can stream it from soundcloud which is what I've been doing, frankly for weeks now. Now if I can just figure out how to buy it...
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