Apex Vibe Album Review
Band Name: Apex Vibe
Album Title: Rhythm Music
Band Members and Positions: Tim Sanchez (Vocals/Guitar) Chris Howells (Guitar/Backing) Sam Caudill (Keys/Backing Vocals) Will Lovell (Bass/Backing Vocals) Dubs (Drums)
Genre: Reggae / Hip-Hop
Record Label: Independent
Difficulty of Music: Apex Vibe applies very catchy verses along with smooth transitioning into their chorus and solos. The difficulty in the verses is fairly simple while still raising the bar a bit with the transitions and solos.
Comparisons to Other Artists: Apex Vibe would be most compared to Sublime and 311, with a touch of The Roots within their beats.
Lyrical Significance: The lyrics used in this album are very up beat and positive, making it nearly impossible not to sing along.
Overall Rating (out of 10): I would give Rhythm Music an 8 out of 10.
Analysis: This album is very well constructed but lacking in the track list given the fact that there are only four songs on the entire album. From their perspective it is a decent idea to focus on making four very well written tracks rather than having a 10 or 15 track album and only have a few actually good songs.
if they're reggea/hip hop then y did u post this in rock & metal?
i posted it because its music, i wouldn't generalize everything like that. Besides just to let you know. Rock came from jazz and classical music, it's just a dumber, simpler form. But thank you for your input sir.
actually rock came from blues, and there is a reggea and a hip hop board to which this should have been posted in.
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