Suze Reviews The Blues: New Music From Canadian Artist David Myles

March 18, 2018
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By Suze Reviews

One of the things I love most about owning this website (although I honestly love EVERYTHING about owning it) is that I am introduced to artists I might never come across. Canadian David Myles is one of those artists.

I do not always receive music that I thoroughly enjoy as much as I enjoy Myles’ album.

Myles is an Americana artist, combining elements of rock and roll, rockabilly, country, and just about any roots music genre you can imagine.

Below is the press release for Real Love. This is another album that is worth your time and money!

“Juno Award-winning Canadian artist David Myles’ highly anticipated album, Real Love, is out via Little Tiny Records. Album purchase is available HERE. Of the album Myles says, “It’s a record I’ve always wanted to make…a danceable, fun record that harkens back to the early days of rock ‘n roll.”

“Last week, the video for the single “Look At Me” premiered at The Big Takeover, who describes it as, “jauntily upbeat.” The video was shot at Joshua Tree National Park in California and features Myles performing in his patent leather shoes and bolo tie. Earlier, the album’s first single “Real Love” debuted at Magnet Magazine.

“The 13-track LP marks Myles’ tenth album and his second full-length U.S. release. Written entirely by Myles and produced by Daniel Ledwell, Real Love is a departure from his previous record in that it is fully electric. It features members of his touring trio—Kyle Cunjak on bass and Alan Jeffries on guitar—plus Joshua Van Tassel on drums and additional vocals by Mahalia and Reeny Smith.

“Drawing from American roots music, Real Love mixes full-bodied arrangements and dance rhythms with classic rock ‘n’ roll structures. It follows 2015’s So Far, which All Music described as “a smooth, sophisticated collection of tracks,” and about which No Depression noted, “[Myles’] low-key, unassuming style ingratiates him from the first notes forward.” Guitar World furthered, “[it’s] a toe-tapping acoustic rockabilly-ish delight.” [READ MORE]