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      Megafauna 'Ghost Coast' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

      Megafauna

      Ghost Coast

      Self-Released

      Available Now

      Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio

       

      Megafauna hails from Austin,Texas and are described as a garage-style, psychedelic rock group. Megafauna consists of Dani Neff (vocals/guitar), Zack Humphrey (drums), Will Krause (bass), and Winston Barrett (keys/guitar). 

      The songs on Ghost Coast are quite gentle, yet captivating and well written. The arrangements are topped with beautiful guitar playing and backing arrangements with keyboards, drums, and bass that are subtly layered. Strings of ideas merge and melt into lyrical poetry. Check out "Holy Me Sky" and "Fluorescent Super Moment." 

      Megafauna blend whimsical garage rock with a folk style inventiveness with interesting progressions and unique build-ups. They are filled with vital energy that oozes from each song with irresistible joy. Check out the good vibes style of drumming in the background of "Is There Anything Else."

      Megafauna have taken garage rock to a new place that retains the energy of underground rock while appealing both to pop music and the experimental. It is cohesive and will have you hooked from start to finish. Their influences of ‘60s and ‘70s music are easily distinguished throughout the album. They are doing what people want to hear, but building on top of it and making their sound unique to what you might typically hear in the genre. 

      Ghost Coast represents yet another interesting and accomplished attempt at moving forward what we understand psychedelic music to be by producing something that feels multi-dimensional and immersive. This feels like a band in the zone, who are developing before your very ears.

       

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