Review: The Shacks – Haze

Mix ‘60s progressive rock and ‘70s psychedelic rock, voila you have the sounds of The Shacks. The Shacks are quite similar to Lil Cap’n Travis and The 13th Floor Elevators. It’s if Neil Young were to meet The Black Keys or MGMT. This is no conventional type of rock or rock band at that. Haze is the first full length album from The Shacks band that was released on Big Crown Records in 2018 on CD and vinyl.

Hazy humor laced over distorted twangy guitar notes on top of a groovy sound is one way to best describe this album. You will love the real dreamy sound. The Shacks did a wonderful job performing on this excellent cover song. Sharon Wise has an Enya vibe in her voice and a Tweet vibe in her voice as well. Her whisper-vocals breeze through the speakers. You can hear the youthfulness in her voice.

‘60s progressive rock meet ‘70s psychedelic rock on the song Haze. Notice the cool chord changes. This song certainly has an edge. ‘60s pop meets ’70 funk on Follow Me. Birds is a song you would expect to hear on the Fleetwood Mac – Tusk album.

I rate this album 5/5*****!!

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