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 Endgames - Daybreak To Sunset

Endgames - Daybreak To Sunset New York based Endgames have a large and loyal following and their fans have anticipated a new album with a lot of excitement. Their spanking new recording is called Daybreak To Sunset, featuring music that will reawaken pleasant thoughts and fill your day with a charge of energy that will last for quite a while, just like the energizer bunny, it keeps going and going. Even though days gone by may come to mind, this band is unquestionably modern with hints of alternative influences in their sound that will pull in a large cross section of music listener’s young and old alike, with a natural calling to the college audience.

Mike Arnow’s alluring pop sensible vocalizations are what give Endgames their individual sound. Their musical platform is perfect for the softer rock-pop flights of “Somebody Knows,” while rockin’ and drivin’ tracks such as “Daybreak” change gears completely, giving the listener diversity and freshness in every track. Their bouncy and zealous pop-rock strolls come tightly packaged with endless hooks and quick blasts of powerful guitar lines delivered by Jeff Walsh. Music is nothing without great rhythm to steer it along and Walsh and Arnow could not pull it all off without a solid bottom line, and that is the rhythm section of Lee Greenman (bass) and Andy Fligel (drums).

If you are looking for a band that is consistent in sound and presentation with outstanding musicians then Endgames will surely satisfy those requirements. Its all tasty sweet rock-pop that never wears you down, it just continually picks you up.

© Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
Posted By: Keith Hannaleck
Genre: Rock-Pop
Record Label: Independent

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