Betty Moon Drops An Alt-Rock Masterpiece
A new album release from Betty Moon fuses an almost 90's Alt-pop sound with a garage rock undertone and driving electric guitars alongside sultry and alluring vocals that flow with hooks and swagger.
The Cosmicoma album is completely addictive and lush with live performance feels and deep rock grooves that you can bang your head to.
The record has an edge to it that sticks throughout the album's course and becomes a staple part of the music.
Vocals are laced with attitude and are quickly infectious as is the gritty rock sound of the band itself.
This release has layers to be peeled back and works so well for blending textures together to make something with its own atmosphere all together.
Think PJ Harvey dirtiness and feel mixed with a touch of Julie Christmas and roll it up with an amazing fuzztone that just feels awesome.
One of the best things is that there are songs that really surprise you. They come out of almost nowhere and you look back and go "woah, what was that?!".
Each song has a little something new to bring to the table and they all have this slightly gloomy but incredibly soulful style.
Genre-bending and insanely vibrant and colorful, the Cosmicoma album is satiating and danceable.
Songs get personal and come from real places most of the time and boast that alternative rock aesthetic that peeks through a lot of the time.
The record is quite a musical journey if you will and Betty Moon helms it all and guides you through it.
Guitars swell and sway as choruses are full and gorgeous.
This is a huge record and gives a wonderful soundscape all in all.
Dive into this album. You won't regret it.