From Connecticut comes multi-instrumentalist Jayson Munro and from New York City comes singer/songwriter Jon Moodie. Both artists are looking to take that next step in their careers with a full-length album, but until then we get just a taste of the talents these two musicians have to offer.
The two beginning songs "Illinoize" and "18 Stops To Go" have a great alternative sound to them, but almost feel incomplete without the addition of vocals. The almost seven-minute "Cyan Tail-lights" is a very exploratory song that doesn't force the listener to judge the music involved. The EP closes with a fragile piano chord background and sounds of grunge-guitars and keyboards highlighting "Dew Drop Ambulance."
For more information on this Connecticut native, please visit his facebook page (facebook.com/jaysonmunromusic).
Jon's voice on "Take It Slow" echos that of fellow singer/songwriter Ray Lamontagne with his rough, but warm vocal delivery. Jon takes a more folk-protest approach to "I'm Right," before turning on the blues in "Gypsy." He can also turn on the charm with his storytelling lyrics in "Get Loved." It will be interesting to her some of these songs with a full-band behind them. I just hope these songs don't lose their uniqueness.
For more information on Jon Moodie, please check out his website at jonmoodie.com.