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Meg Mac — Low Blows (14 July 2017)

Meg Mac — Low Blows (14 July 2017)

                                  Meg Mac — Low Blows (14 July 2017) Meg Mac — Low Blows (14 July 2017)√    Strong~voiced neo~soul singer from Melbourne, Australia. “I was at home and I could hear people outside having fun and I distinctly remember feeling very sorry for myself. I feel like everyone has that time where you’re alone and you can hear everyone else being fine, and you’re like, I’m not fine.” — Meg Mac about the inspiration behind “Low Blows”Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.                                                                       © Meg Mac by Rambo
Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Album release: 14 July 2017
Studio: Niles City Sound, Fort Worth, Texas
Record Label: littleBIGMAN, Universal Music Australia
Duration:     37:52 + 11:32 => 49:24
01. Grace Gold     3:49
02. Low Blows     3:33
03. Don’t Need Permission     3:32         
04. Kindness     3:24
05. Cages     3:43
06. Didn’t Wanna Get So Low But I Had To     3:52
07. Ride It     4:06
08. Maybe It’s My First Time     3:33    
09. Shiny Bright     3:21
10. Brooklyn Apartment (It’s Louder Than the TV and the Radio)     3:19
11. Morning     1:40
12. Every Lie (acoustic live)     3:25 (pre~order only)
13. Never Be (acoustic live)     3:51 (pre~order only)
14. Saint Philomene (acoustic live)     4:16 (pre~order only)
√    Australian Albums (ARIA)     #2
√    Producer: Austin Jenkins, Josh Block, Chris VivionFotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.Review
ANNABEL ROSS. Score: ***½
★↔★   Formidable talent overwhelms reticent personality on soul debut.
★↔★   Few artists can boast the sort of touring schedule of Megan McInerney, aka Meg Mac, before releasing their first LP. The Triple J Unearthed 2014 winner has toured the US in the years since sharing vans and stages with D’Angelo and the Vanguard, a commitment that has doubtless stalled the rather un~Australian~sounding singer’s debut while helping to forge her increasingly bluesy direction.
★↔★   Comparisons have already been made between McInerney and Adele, or Welsh songstress Duffy, but the truth is that McInerney falls somewhere in the middle — her voice is a rich instrument of impressive range, but her personality is not quite as penetrating. Neither seductive nor spiteful, her lyrics are undeniably from the heart, they’re just a little light on grit. Just shy of 35 minutes, it’s not a remarkably varied record, either, but what Mac knows she does so very well, whether it’s soul~steeped mellifluous humming or bending her vocal effortlessly around a dynamic key change, as in the earworm “Kindness”.
★↔★   The production, from Fort Worth’s Niles City Sound team (Leon Bridges), is polished, almost to a fault; Mac’s more commanding when cruising confidently on voice and piano alone in “Shiny Bright”, or veering towards interesting pop territory on “Didn’t Wanna Get So Low But I Had To”, recalling Swede renegade Robyn in balladry mode.   ★↔★   https://rollingstoneaus.com/Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.INTERVIEW / KRITTY, June 08, 2017
★↔★   I Spoke to Meg Mac about ‘Low Blows’ and Devised a Plan to Get Her Free Gelato.
★↔★   https://www.wesnitched.com/blog/i-spoke-to-meg-mac-about-low-blows-and-devised-a-plan-to-get-her-free-gelato
Website: https://www.megmac.com.au/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/megmacmusic
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MegMacMusic/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/megmacmusic
The Herald: http://www.theherald.com.au/story/4787306/meg-mac-strikes-lasting-low-blow/Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★↔★★

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