Want an album that reshapes your perspective, transforming how you hear music? Aggressive Soccer Moms have delivered QUINT, an artistic statement that will have you addicted.
QUINT begins with the sax-infused "Silent Revolution", dripping with attitude and flair. The alto saxophone wails out a mesmerizing, circling riff as drums pound out a syncopated beat. Raspy vocals emerge from the fray, fiercely defiant yet wary. The sounds burst forth instantly, grabbing you with intensity and not letting go.
"I Call Her Happy" ushers in a funky, jazzy groove that makes you dance like no one’s watching. Gorgeous piano lines, chunky bass, and brass create a dense, heady composition. Vocals glide atop the arrangement, at once smooth and emotive. "That’s How I Feel" adopts a chillier pose, but deep vocals still lead you to the beat. Warm, rounded synths melt into muted guitars and subdued percussion. The vocals caress the melody, pulling you under its sway with aching quality.
"Darling" wields a hypnotic synth line and vocals that make you sing along, the emotional ache seeping into your bones. A droning, distorted synth provides propulsive momentum as vocals unspool sentiments. "Like Columbus" launches with electric guitars and brass that whirls around you, as if the melody has come to life, lavishing you with ardent emotion. Shredding guitars claw at the air while a full brass section floats dizzying melodies and harmonized lines, creating a vibrant audio landscape. The guitars and horns entwine, ushering you into a swirling maelstrom of feeling.
"The Doppler Effect" becomes a favorite for its peculiar vocal delivery, matter-of-fact and amusing. Monotone vocals recount tangled, abstract stories over bobbing bass, skittering beats and spacious synth. A deadpan, ominously cheerful tone elicits puzzlement and delight. Then we are graced with "Why" Aggressive Soccer Moms first ever cover song, an amazing tribute to Yoko Ono's original "Why", Aggressive Soccer Mom's does it again and prove that no matter what they do they excel!! "Stranger Danger" feels transportive, wielding a special essence absent in today’s music. Sharp guitar picks out a waltz time signature over clicking drums and mournful vocals. An air of vintage spirituality pervades, as if the song has emerged from another time and place.
"Who Would Ask" is slow jazz with haunting, melancholic vocals over instrumental grace. Warmly lit synth washes, gentle drumming and introspective vocals create an atmosphere of retrospective vibes.
QUINT alters how you hear the world, with sax, funk, depth, and feeling. It’s intimate yet gigantic, refusing to let you go. QUINT crafts an experience impossible to forget, this album feels like an enchanting timeless journey. You have to check it out right away on Spotify and follow Aggressive Soccer Moms for more incredible music.