Album: At It Again
Release Date: May 29, 2018
Montreal’s Paolo Stante is stunning with his latest album, At It Again. Tapping into the classic sounds of Jimi Hendrix, The Allman Brothers, and Cream, Stante is a true lover of gritty Blues and from-the-heart lyricism—and the result is a 10-track rollercoaster that never once lets you catch your breath.
Opening track “So Down” is a jaunty, drum-heavy, hair-tossing good time: old school to its core, it sets the tone of the album while still showcasing Stante’s Roots-y, high-energy vocals. Mid-album title-track “At It Again” gets down and dirty, its lyric and guitar-heavy rhythm nothing short of transportive. Late-album “World of Fear” strikes a similar vibe, channelling the heart of both Blues and Rock in a way that will rope in both casual listeners and long-time fans alike.
Craving the classics? Stante’s At It Again will satisfy your hankerings, as well as deliver a spark that’s all his own.
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