Friday, March 16, 2018

“Reki” by The Racer – A Song Review

      The Racer “sound” is lush and layered instrumentation accompanying clear, clean vocals. In prior posts, we have featured songs from The Racer, including “Skeptic” and “Isolation.”  Well, the upstate New Yorkers found a way to increase the enjoyment of their sound – increase the length. “Reki” is six and a half minutes long.  

     Quoting their bio:
  The Racer, an independent band from Monroe, NY, consisting of Pete Marotta (vocals, keys), Mike Esserman (guitar, keys), Steve Kondracki (guitar, keys), Eric Sosler (bass, keys), and Mike Perri (drums, percussion), has been undergoing a transformation from rock to alternative to indie and experimental over their last 3 releases. The traditionally album-focused band has shifted gears of late, and expects to continuously release a slew of self-produced singles directly to fans for the foreseeable future.

     “Reki” by The Racer

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