Album: Sweet Relief
Release Date: January 23, 2017
Hailing from the West Coast of Canada (Vancouver), Paul Lambert and his band bring you some good Canadian rock with diversified sounds and that invigorating feeling that this music possesses. It’s obvious that he knows what he’s doing when creating music that will appeal to fans of all genres.
The album, entitled Sweet Relief features nine previously unreleased tracks, it’s full of energy and Lambert does a great job mixing genres to create music that is unique to him. You can hear hints of alt country and folk mixed into the well-oiled rock machine.
“Laughing Gas” is about that feeling of getting “more and more and more because you can’t get enough”. It’s all fun with this song and it made me push my pedal to the metal a little more in my car. Not speeding, but giving it some gas!
“Sweet Relief” is another track off of the album that I thoroughly enjoyed. It’s about when you finally break free of being trapped. You’ve been giving your all to someone else, and then there’s that sweet relief when you get yourself back and escape all those negative feelings.
Each song on the album had me hooked, but each for different reasons. I recommend no matter what type of music you enjoy, you check out this release.
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Born in Kingston, I grew up with the likes of Dan Akroyd and his blues influence and also The Tragically Hip, plus live shows downtown in the streets and country bands in the pubs.
I love music in all forms and genres. I can adapt my ear to enjoy and appreciate all instrumentals and vocals. I started writing about certain artists that I grew up listening to and then I reached out to artists for interviews. I have done over 20 interviews with artists and CEOs of industry companies from all over the world.
Now, with Canadian Beats I have an opportunity to improve my journalistic abilities and to get the word out there for artists, and best of all to go to shows and get that personal feeling. I get to represent Canadian music on a higher level. We need to open more doors and have more shows and venues, as well as get the world to come to us. That is my goal.