The current issue of The Voice Magazine from Alberta, Canada contains a favorable review our of ‘Ancestors EP’.
We fill with hesitant nervousness like many artists when reading reviews and commentary about ourselves – fortunately any fears or anxieties we had were put to rest with this one.
Love Refocused – This track is easily my favourite song on the EP because of the magnificent harmonizing between the male and female vocals and the music.
Eyelids – My favourite part of this song is the blending of vocal tracks while the notes dip into a lower tone. It is this ingredient that propels this song into a psychedelic trance.
Into the Mellow – The slow and steady rhythm combined with the easy-going singing is stunning.
In and Out – Has a sense of magic to it…combining electronic effects and singing with a spoken word track.
Pharaoh’s Wheel – from the chaos, Daydream Cathedral created something oddly appealing…there is a darker aura surrounding these tones.
We’d like to thank Athabasca University and especially Samantha Stevens for listening, sharing, and writing the review.
The article can be read online
Music Review – Daydream Cathedral
Print version pdf format
The Voice Magazine – May 13, 2016- Volume 24, Issue 19