What’s up Warriors and I hope everyone is coping and well if the current events that are happening in the world, Today I’m going to be looking at a new band called “The Recks”
So a Little Background Info
The Recks are a multi-genre, psychedelic, alt-indie five-piece from the Isle of Sark in the Channel Islands, whose unique songwriting style and frenetic live performances at festivals such as Board Masters, Isle of Wight Festival and Boomtown Fair quickly earned them a dedicated fan base across the U.K. and many positive reviews.
Their genre-bending repertoire includes gypsy jazz, folk, reggae, indie, hip-hop and rock and after releasing their debut album, ‘The Beast From The Sea’ in June 2018, they have been riding a wave of success, culminating in an appearance on the BBC Introducing Stage at Latitude Festival; a raucous performance that earned them airtime on The Late Junction on BBC Radio 3, Bethan Elfyn on Radio Cymru and Huw Stephens show on BBC World Service. The Recks returned to the BBC a few months later to perform a rare acoustic show at BBC Music Introducing Live 2018 for Sentric Music Publishing.
So the song “The Milks Gone Bad” has been kindly given to me to review from Lander PR so a big Thank You to them and The Recks for letting me listen to their music before the release date which is April 10th.
So from listening to the song, you can hear the sound of all the instruments coming together but the thing that stands out to me the most is the trumpet in the background it flows so well with the song and actually makes the song catchy as well.
Blending the Jazz, Indie and Rock Genre’s together in this song is pretty interesting to be fair usually when bands and artists blend genre’s together it usually doesn’t work but with this is definitely worked and you can see from the band’s chemistry that they have worked on this for some time to make the song even better.
The Recks Social Media Accounts
Make sure to check out this song on April 10th and give this band the recognition they need and once again thanks to Lander PR for giving me access to this song early as well as the band for letting me listen to it.
Let me know what you think in the comments below!