It’s becoming less and less these days, hearing real musicians collaborating and coming up with really sweet music, organic sounds that make you realize, “Now this is how music should be.” Keyser Soze is one such band of standout musicians. Keyser Soze’s The Remedy is a wonderful blend of ska, reggae, richly poetic and feel good lyrics. It’s a good time record, one that will absolutely get you moving, and drowning you in euphoria.
On The Remedy, the album is a showcase of Keyser Soze’s unique style of playing but is also not unafraid to bring in outside musicians to bring some flavor to the album. Remedy features artists Roger Rivas and Lauren Nagel who’s contribution give Remedy a nice tropical, carnival type feel. Remedy will definitely be a relief from the over auto-tuned, manufactured pop that’s all over the place. Keyser Soze is light years far superior.
When you just want a solid album with consistently good material by very strong veteran musicians, Remedy is just what is needed. Song by song, lyric and production-wise, The Remedy reminds us there is still real good music available out there.
Author: Rob Perez
Rob Perez is a freelance writer who has been with The Music Universe early on. As a Correspondent for The Music Universe, you will find him writing reviews and live tweeting awards shows.