SemantixSound

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Unique - Soundtracks | Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada
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Member Since: 2015
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   Sounds Like: Hans Zimmer, Harry Gregson Williams

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Although I enjoy writing for my band, this is the other side of my my writing passions

Restitution

This 2009 album from the Canadian band built around singer/songwriter Sean Croley progressively blends ambient sounds with distorted guitars and the...

Everything But You

Sean Croley's recent announcement of the dissolution of the band once called "the Canadian Coldplay" is a shame and renders this 13 track album all...

The Ascent

From his basement recording studio, Sean Croley creates the kind of worshipful, diverse and melodic tracks exemplified on 'The Ascent'. Opener...

Ready For Rome

This set is the fourth album by the loose knit Canadian aggregation fronted by singer/songwriter Sean Croley. It's atmospherically produced and...

Write It Real

Canada's The Weak Need aren't just a great band with a great name. In 'Write it Real' they have emerged with another gem of a release, featuring...

Everything But You

Rock - Modern

Sean Croley's recent announcement of the dissolution of the band once called "the Canadian Coldplay" is a shame and renders this 13 track album all the more poignant. The Week Need offer a rare balance of Christian integrity and musical grit, where spiritual content meets authentic rock genres with neither being compromised. This is essentially a concept album, comprising (as the band says) "loss, seeking, bad advice, pain, victory and promises", with an underlying question as to why we only turn towards God when we have run out of road. Answers on a postcard please. Highlights include tight electric guitar (Rob Brayshaw and Cezar Curescu) and drums (Kerry O'Brien), notably on "Created" and "Gravity". Croley himself offers keyboard, synth and a great vocal range with lyrical imagery to match - "I stare into the hourglass, sand falls from the bottom half, and scatters like my faith upon the floor..." ("I Believe"). "All I See" opens with low-key background conversation breaking into a tight drum and bass (Junior Riggan) combo and an invitation to "Break through the noise, cut out everything that keeps me from your praise, for all I seek is favour in your eyes". The Week Need are a band that could and maybe should have gone a lot further in their former incarnation, but one can still look forward to what Mr Croley now has in store.

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