Nashville’s @SpazzCardigan’s “DOIDOIT” is jaunty, playful, slice-of-life


Multi-instrumentalist Spazz Cardigan is back with a playful slice-of-life called “DOIDOIT”, following this past Spring’s whimsical “Episode”.  While being entertained by its jaunty keyboard work – Spazz is a classically trained pianist –  and other live instruments, “DOIDOIT” will definitely have you thinking throughout the song about why things are the way they are, and why you’re the way you are.  Its sly humour that reminds me of the Jason Mraz of old while being channeled through a deft arrangement that would please Charlie Puth fans.  But “DOIDOIT” is really about getting through all of those questions to figure out that all Spazz wants is to be in love – many of you will no doubt relate!  The anthemic finale of the song will leave you wound up with a smile on your face.  Don’t underestimate the talented Spazz Cardigan, who will sing and write and play his way to many successes to come.

Published in: on December 3, 2018 at 11:39 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Nashville’s @SpazzCardigan will make you smile with the whimsy of “Episode”


“Episode” is one of those light hearted songs that moves in storyline from watching TV with other things on your mind to distract you, to getting high watching cartoons.  And Nashville’s Spazz Cardigan has the style, voice, and diverse musical backdrop to make it all believable, entertaining and relevant, and it follows up the release of his debut album “I” last year.  With influences from Queen to *N Sync to Kanye West, “Episode” has a funky beat that will actually remind you of “The Next Episode” (without the additional effects), while Spazz’s voice takes the guy-next-door approach to goings on in the house-next-door that you might not think would happen.  But it’s all in the name of great fun and whimsy, and I think a video is in order to put it into perspective.  Listen in at the link above and be prepared to be smiling afterwords.  

Published in: on March 18, 2018 at 11:18 pm  Leave a Comment  
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