Intangible

Album Title: Elevate
Release Date: 2005
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Genre: Rock
Mellow and smooth with lots of vocal dubbing, Intangible's debut record Elevate is hard and gooey at the same time. The drums get a rough beating, the guitars are front and center and the bass is cranked up, but there's nothing hard rock about Intangible. On the other hand, they're far, far away from the sappy singer-songwriter stamp as well. Elevate is sort of an album full of power ballads, and as far as recent memory goes, that hasn't be attempted in a while. Of course there are a few more upbeat songs (although the ballads certainly outweigh them), but the vocals of Justin Wright are just so soothing that they seem to slow absolutely everything down no matter what's going on instrument wise. The band hails from sunny Southern California, their haircuts scream hard rockers, and their music lives somewhere in between.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt


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