Insider Gossip
  Monthly Hot Picks
  Book Reviews
  CD Reviews
  Concert Reviews
  DVD Reviews
  Game Reviews
  Movie Reviews
  The Home of WAXEN WARES Candles!
  Check Out Anne Carlini Productions Now!!
  NEW! Crystal Gayle
  MTU Hypnosis
  NEW! Ellen Foley
  Elise Krentzel (Author, Under My Skin)
  Nicolas Cage [The Unbearable Weight ...]
  Sony Legacy Record Store Day [November 2022]
  Michigan Siding Company for ALL Your Outdoor Needs

6 Degrees Entertainment

Title - 'Daychange'
Artist - Dry Reef

For those not in the know, Dry Reef is a group dedicated to establishing a wave of high-energy, uplifting music.

Rooted in the rock/reggae sound that put them on the map, the young group incorporates inflections of indie-surf rock and electronic post-rock forming a refreshing, organic sound you cannot ignore.

These 23-year-olds are rapidly evolving from dreamers to decision-leaders in the industry and with the 2018 release of their Alright Revival EP already turning heads, the band portrays their rapid growth in performing, creating, and exploring their sound once more with the release of their debut full-length album, Daychange.

1. 'Harmony'
2. 'Come Away'
3. 'Sweet'
4. 'The Wash'
5. 'Car Keys'
6. 'Start It Up'
7. 'Saucier'
8. 'Nowhere Fast'
9. 'Bliss'
10. 'Another Day'

The indie-surf rockers kick things off here with the free flowing bounce of 'Harmony,' which seamlessly moves into both 'Come Away' and 'Sweet' effortlessly thereafter. The summer sun shining, windows down cut 'The Wash' is one of the best tracks here, in my opinion, and that's backed by the funky jam vibe of 'Car Keys.'

The mellow 'Start It Up' is a nice change of pace and that's followed by the upbeat 'Saucier' and then the reggae hip-hop flow of 'Nowhere Fast.' Coming to a close with more of their up-tempo, bright guitar work, both 'Bliss' and the languishing 'Another Day' are yet more prime examples of just how good this band are.

Amazon Digital Purchase Link

Dry Reef @ Facebook