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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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Rhett May Releases Exceptional Creatures of the Night Rock Music Video

Rhett May has successfully written and released an album that challenges the cookie-cutter landscape of rock music today.  Rhett was originally born in Calcutta before moving to Australia.  He showcases the culture he was born into with his Sitar playing and also leaves no doubt about his love of classic rock.  His melodic lines are engaging and played with impressive mastery while still balancing perfectly with the distorted guitars and vocals.

Mays lyrics are top notch as well.  His observational writing is incredibly successful and, lyrically, his songs are all more than satisfactory.  If you enjoy the cohesive album writing of classic rock, Creatures of the Night should definitely be on your listening list.  Though the songs vary heavily in stylistic intent, orchestration and lyrical content- the album maintains an outstanding flow and will satisfy you from the first note of the first song until the reverb ends on the final track of the work.

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.

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Grammy Award Winning Flutist Wouter Kellerman Releases Music Video For Winter Off New Album

South African flutist Wouter Kellerman has just been nominated for the 58th Grammy’s for his new album “Love Language”. The music video for the first single off of the album is for “Winter”, performed alongside the Soweto Gospel Choir from South Africa. This interpretation of Vivaldi’s well known piece showcases Wouter’s endless talent and fans are absolutely in love with it!  “Love Language” also debuted at #1 on the World Music Billboard charts and draws influence from Senegal, Spain, Cuba, India, Greece and the United States. With his experience in classical music, Kellerman focuses his attention on world music, exploring the versatility of the flute and fusing classical and contemporary sounds. You can also watch “Winter” on Youtube .

Stay up to date with Wouter on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and his official website www.WouterKellerman.net.

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