I look at tons of content to see what is out there, and allot of mainstream bands hog the limelight. It bugs me at time content is as diverse as possible. Most radio stations pick specific styles and what brings in the viewers – making money.
This weekend I thought I would look at a more diverse range. This playlist is based entirely upon “The Line of Best Fit” YouTube Channel which picks up this gap in the market. The relatively unknown or not mainstream, and gives them a “Best Fit Session” (Generally Acoustic). I picked 5 different artists that deserve a look at. (I know some will know these, this is from a UK perspective).
Playlist – Weekend S. – Live and R. Unknown.
Neon Jungle – Trouble
The Acoustic version of a track known but its a good acoustic version. The harmonies and the diverse range vocally is good to her from this girl band.
Definitely aiming to the teenage / nightclub audience but I have to say it is extremely catchy.
Kimbra – Settle Down
Female vocalist, generally does not need a band, she does it all herself. Throughout the video the camera focuses on the mic and her fingers on her Ipad, this helps her develop her complex levels of audio.
You got to love the sparky trousers. lol.
Veronica Falls – Come on Over
A bit of set up but it starts quick.
A vocal laying similar to Neon Jungle but a different style of music. A blend of blokes and ladies, the sound of the guitars I think hinders it a bit but I enjoyed it still.
Sin Fang – Look at the Light
Picked just for the name, weird. Single male vocalist backed by his piano playing. Very gentle at the start, nice and relaxing. Shouting too close to the mic – hurt my ears a bit.
Sansa – Know Too Well
A female sololist – Guitar playing to back up her singing. Doing it in a echooooooooy room. Very gentle and soulful.
I hope you enjoyed looking at 5 acts from the “Line of Best Fit” channel. For more information on what they do – Go to http://www.thelineofbestfit.com
Dresdenfalls Signing Off….