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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SemantixSound

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...

The Ascent

Rock - Modern

From his basement recording studio, Sean Croley creates the kind of worshipful, diverse and melodic tracks exemplified on 'The Ascent'. Opener "Invitacion" (sic) is an ethereal, layered falsetto showcase that sounds like it was lifted from Bon Iver's eponymous album, and the title track, with its jangly acoustic guitar and tight drum loop, recalls Death Cab For Cutie. "I can see your dirty face with tracks of tears/I will wash you with my grace; just climb up here", sings Croley, establishing a common bond with the listener as they are encouraged to look to their saviour. "Praise Loop" ("Oh God I am here to worship you/I am bowing at your feet") would sit comfortably on many a more well-known worship release, and "In Christ Alone" (not the one you already know, and are sick of) should make every church's communion background music playlist. "Legacy", the rockiest moment on 'The Ascent', brings to mind U2's more recent chart-botherers, and "Safe In You" is the chilled-out closer you'd expect with such a title. Without doubt a worthy release, the only danger is that it's a bit too 'Nooma'; the songs could blend so far into the background that they run the risk of underpinning the latest series of "hip" Christian teaching DVDs.

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