Josh Tepper, a multi-talented musician rooted in the indie music scene, unveils his latest single, “Eyes of Jezebel,” an amalgamation of alt-rock and synthwave influences. Tepper, a New York City native, nurtured his musical prowess at the iconic Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, and further honed his skills studying Cinema Studies at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
“Eyes of Jezebel” encapsulates a mesmerizing fusion of America’s classic rock charisma and Tame Impala’s contemporary experimental vibes. The track’s dynamic range is as vast as the urban landscapes that inspired Tepper’s artistry. With a meticulously engineered stereo field, the guitars emanate a rich, gritty resonance, courtesy of skillfully overdriven preamps. The drums, assertive and meticulously synchronized with the mid-scooped bass tones, drive the track with an infectious pulse.
This pulsating yet introspective melody would seamlessly complement the hauntingly beautiful animated world of “Rango,” the late 2000s’ iconic modern cowboy movie. Much like Rango’s quest for identity, “Eyes of Jezebel” lures listeners into a sonic expedition of self-discovery, laced with nostalgic echoes of bygone eras and the avant-garde spirit of today.