Rhett Mays Impressive New Music Creatures of the Night Praised by Critics

“The latest release from Australian based singer/songwriter Rhett May, ‘Creatures of the Night’, is a thirteen song collection solidifying his standing as one of the indie scene’s best musical artists,” is just the beginning of a glowing review by Scottie Carlito of Carlito’s Music Blog .

Carlito goes on to praise the fidelity of the album as well as the cohesive balanced feel that gives the entire album so much character.  He describes listening to “Creatures of the Night” as a, “unified coherent listening experience.”

The album showcases May’s phenomenal songwriting abilities as well as his versatility in both singing as well as guitar playing.  Carlito describes how the album has hints of many genres while still maintaining an undoubtedly rock-centric sound.  He also describes how successful the title track is while also holding it’s own as an experimental and psychedelic tune.

To get a taste of what the album has to offer, head to Noisetrade where Rhett is giving away a FREE DOWNLOAD of “Lexxi May”. If you love what you hear, then head to iTunes to get yourself a copy of the album.

Keep up with Rhett check out his Facebook, Twitter and ReverbNation or discover more through his official website at www.RhettMay.com.

Melbourne musician releases song about Australia's Ice epidemic

Musician Rhett May in Rutledge Lane on Friday, October 16, 2015, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. May has penned a song about the ice epidemic in a bid to help stop the spiral of drug abuse across Australia. Picture: Hamish Blair

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