But woven throughout the invincible carelessness is an undertone that the best days of DeFelice’s youth may already be a memory.
Phil is a lover of most genres and has an exceptionally squishy sweet spot for experimental folk. Aside from reviewing music, Phil spends his time painting, making music, attempting to teach youngsters how to make art, and forgetting to water the plants. Phil currently resides in Goshen, Indiana and is soon relocating to Portland, Oregon.
Hit me up if you wanna tell me something about something or whatever.
Unfortunately, the end result sounds more like the unfortunate child of Korn and Insane Clown Posse.
Brosseau is a small-town soul through and through, rarely venturing past folksy guitar and vocal arrangements in his nine albums since 2005, but unlike those trapped, he embraces the comforting simplicity of his songwriting and approaches North Dakota Impressions with the intentionality of a debut album.