Dark Stars cover art

The upbeat indie single has a set of insightful lyrics that make you really think instead of just listening.

The song is upbeat and easy to listen to, while at the same time creates a gateway to illustrate the song’s meaning. The unique track deals with themes of love, loss, addiction, societal issues, life stories and death; all with sweeping emotional familiarity.

Neighborhood Goliath is an impressive band worth a person’s time. They demonstrate a fantastic combination of jazz and indie music, as well as being a great alternative for those who are searching for something new.

What’s up Warriors and today I’m going to be discussing a new song by a Soul driven band called Neighborhood Goliath and I’ll also be asking them some questions as well.

So from listening to Dark Stars, you can hear the punchy trumpets in the background of the strong vocals within the song as well as the simple but effective drums which brings the song together making it one.

Towards the ending of the song, the drums go a little crazy which I love as it’s like a drum solo instead of a guitar solo and coming from a guitarist I think that’s cool instead of it being the Guitarist all the time shining the light on them.

The Vocals are nice and clear which and are quite relaxing to listen to which after my 5th listen through makes the song a Chillout style vibe and definitely be going in my “Music to Relax to” playlist.

Interview with Krystle Koh during the Monster | Victim | Witness release party at The W in London.

Neighborhood Goliath – Between Satellites & Settling – EP Review

If you’ve been able to resist these two guys so far…well…first-off, you’re probably putting in too much effort into that struggle…

Neighborhood Goliath: “Between Satellites & Settling” – straddles the art of poetry and rhythm

Neighborhood Goliath comes out with an EP that straddles the art of poetry and rhythm, rather majestically. And they wrap it up in gorgeous melodies awash with emotion. The bittersweet alt-rock of “Between Satellites & Settling” bleeds into powerfully sung, glowing guitar-based pledges that will bounce around your heart and head for days on end!