Trickshooter Social Club bring to you music that you never knew you’ll miss. These are elements from rock, pop, soul songs-you name it. All you need to know is that they are extraordinary musicians. My words won’t do anything for you, in this case you need to dive into their music. Where could you find a good assortment of styles so that you can recognize their immense talent? Well, here they have for you, Wilderness Radio.
If you think you were listening to some classic rock like sound, wrong. Mainstream pop? Not a chance. Girl vs Monster is a good depiction of Trickshooter Social Club and their canvas. You get a Jack White garage rock feel, bringing some unique riffs laid down with panache. The rhythm will force you to groove, while wondering what exquisite selection of instruments you are listening to. Somehow, I was mesmerized by the lyrics, how they alter with the rhythm and are almost in a ballet of bars with them. The solo also has an unconventional tone to it, specially crafted for this kind of tone.
Trickshooter Social Club vary the frequency
You’re on the radio, you can’t have two songs of similar kinds together. Say Anything has an Americana ambiance that completely shifts the tone. It is like a fresh plate of a different cuisine, in an instant. The violin inclusion for the glimmer in the song? Brilliant. The magic is in how the train tracks have shifted to show you a whole new scenic route. This is one radio frequency I can remain hooked to. Get me blues rock next, for the third track on the EP is Run All Night. You’ve heard a lot of running based tracks from Thin Lizzy, AC/DC and the likes. Classic rock is saluted through this cacoethes.
By the time the verse starts, you feel you’re in Tom Petty’s Mojo album. It is a switch that you could only wish you could make. Somehow, every song Trickshooter Social Club touch, they own. As the muted guitar controls the verse temperature, the moment the chorus comes is the prize. The piano can be distinctively heard in the background, reminding you of Rock and Roll by Zeppelin. I instantly added this one to my rock playlist, and will play it indefinitely till someone is brave enough to dissolve my phone in acid.
Bury Me in Light has a ballad tone that is reminiscent of tones that Roxy Music used. The haunting slide guitar accents the progression, trimming it to a beautiful bouquet of notes. I could imagine this whole EP fitting perfectly in High Fidelity (2000). Trickshooter Social Club are musicians that would sample all the genres in the world if they had the time. Listen to their 2021 EP called Monte Carlo as well, ringing with a whole different energy. Remember to follow them!