I can’t Lie to You; if you are expecting the same Alex Jordahl you heard on Forever Yours, you are in for a surprise. On this loosie, Jordahl shows his range, opting for a grungier, darker vibe than on that Booth-hosted project. Behind the boards, Need A Name creates a dusty atmosphere with a haunting, minimalist instrumental driven by a staggering guitar riff. The loose structure allows Jordahl’s unique, gravelly crooning to be the center of attention. While this record’s not what we’ve come to expect from Jordahl, I think you’ll find it every bit as intoxicating as his past work. See what else Jordahl has to offer on his new latest project, Forever Yours.
Written by Lucas G. on 04/14/14
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