Your summer singalong is here: “S.O.S” is the latest from Nashville’s @ChazCardigan

CHAZ CARDIGAN, “S.O.S”

Quickly following up the EP Vulnerabilia, which has spawned the Top 30 alt.rock hit “Not OK!” is “S.O.S” by Nashville singer/songwriter Chaz Cardigan.  Still in the anthemic vein, Chaz somehow manages to unintentionally intersect a fresh James Bay kind of journeyman rock style with the party “na na na” rock of 80’s hit “Centerfold” by The J. Geils Band.  With a standout vocal, Chaz doesn’t mince any words (hint: the title does NOT stand for a cry for help!).  He’s out to do himself right even if it doesn’t appear that way to others, and sometimes you need to give yourself the space to do just that so the next time it’s better for you and any others who are involved.  “S.O.S” is rowdy on the outside, and a good time is had by all, but you won’t forget about its silver lining either.

 

Published in: on May 20, 2020 at 10:11 pm  Leave a Comment  
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New sounds from #Oz courtesy of #JAMO featuring #Youngsoul with “S.O.S.”

JAMO featuring YOUNGSOUL, “S.O.S.”

“S.O.S” is one heckuva three minute jam from 20 year old Australian self-taught producer JAMO featuring fellow Oz vocalist Youngsoul.  The song cleverly takes its cue from the Skrillex and Diplo productions that sent Justin Bieber’s career skyrocketing again two years ago, not by emulating them, but by taking them to another level.  JAMO has built a structured, seamless production around an infectious song carried by an appealing and engaging vocal.  All of this will go a long way, especially for club DJ’s, who should embrace it wholeheartedly and give exposure to JAMO outside of his own country.  Lend your ears to “S.O.S.” at the link above.

Published in: on November 18, 2017 at 10:24 pm  Leave a Comment  
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