Marcus Smith couldn’t wait for a band to form. He became one. A multi-instrumentalist with an edge like none other, there is nothing this man cannot do. His singles are exciting, unexpected and have a beautiful mélange of live instruments pouring in like colours from a prism. His latest single might be one of his best yet. This one is called Day After Day.
With the kind of groove he maintains, he should be RHCP’s latest recruit. But, he’s breaking boundaries. With a catchy, cool rhythm section crafted with the lightness of a fruity beer-he expands what you would hear. The chorus is instantly installed as a high rise tower in your brain, and it’s populating quickly. He must be a stickler for style, because he doesn’t let any rhythm settle. Constantly in varying motion, he comes in with a rap section that is tighter than most who specialize in it. Choosing unique verses and words, his sentence creation and flow manifestation is off the charts. A beautiful closing instrumental part assisted by vocals rounds off the fruitful track, engraved to the back of your head. Call on Marcus Smith to make a honey like sticky track.
I’d have loved to have heard this track in Wayne’s World, one of my favourite music based films. The sticky element allows for the quirkiness as well. If the lyrics were to be read into, Groundhog Day and Palm Springs for sure. You can catch more of this incredible artist’s music with She Don’t Care, 21 Questions among some funky, groovy stuff. Make sure you follow him for more special tracks that will enter your playlist for sure.