ALBUM REVIEW: HENRY CHADWICK – GUEST AT HOME

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Background
Henry Chadwick is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. 

Chadwick draws influences as much from music of the past as from as from current artists who keep pushing forward stylistically and sonically.

Chadwick was raised in a studio environment, his father being an engineer who worked out of Cherokee studios in Hollywood through the 1980’s and continued to record in his home studio in the Santa Cruz Mountains moving in 1989 to raise a family. Chadwick has been playing in bands and learning how to record music since he was a youngster. He plays drums in the touring roots-rock band, The Coffis Brothers and fronts the band My Stupid Brother.

Strengths
Retro-pop of the highest order. Much of Guest at Home consists of true blue power pop gems that evoke the 90s Pop Underground faithfully. Within that context, Chadwick finds a sweet confluence of melody and rhythm within a lofi homemade ambience that is both organic and arty.

Highlights
“Guest at Home”, “Overtime”, “Something I Don’t Know”.

Sounds Like
The Beatles, The Kinks, T-Rex, David Bowie.

Bottom Line
There is so much to savour on Guest at Home if you are a rabid Pop Underground fan – this is Retro-Pop at its best.

Information
Official Site: http://www.henrychadwick.net/

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