Quinton VanSlyke Drops A Fresh And Breezy Pop Song
A new release from Quinton VanSlyke breeds freshness in the form of a breezy pp song that borders on surf rock and gives an airof classic rock at times with it's colorful and ambient alt pop sound.
"Basement Daze" is smooth and feels like a crooner tune with wonderous layered melodies and hooks floating through the air and surrounding you completely.
This track has a way of washing you away with its sonic tones and style.
Lush with distanced guitars and vocal swagger, the track tends to have you start drifting off and not really wanting to come back.
The song kind of feels like a vacation somewhere warm, on a beach, where things flow a certain way and it feels good.
VanSlyke has another release dropped last year that also sticks to his staple open, breezy pop feel but gets a little bit louder, a little more character, and a little more in your face pop.
The two songs go very well together and give you a great idea of where VanSlyke is coming from and what to start to expect from his vibrant and alive style of pop songwriting.
You can start hearing a touch of pop-punk influence undertoned and upon listening to both songs you realize hoe much heart there is in these tracks.
You do hear the love this artist has for creating and performing these songs. It's evident in every note and it's part of why they are so damn good. It's part of why they feel good to listen to. It's because that love for his craft comes through in the actual music.
It's quite awesome to hear that these days.
We can only hope for more to come from Quinton VanSlyke soon.