N1M Charts

N1M Charts
Week 03, 2018

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  • 1
    We said duet featuring Mike Ingram - Dana Jordan
    Country Pop / Alt Country
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    Relestation - Grymloche
    Metal / Pop
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    Relestation

    Relestation by Tenneseeians Grymloche was a song I needed a couple of go-throughs to nail. It has a ... more Relestation by Tenneseeians Grymloche was a song I needed a couple of go-throughs to nail. It has a bit of an untraditional bild-up, which makes it perhaps not THAT immediately accessible, but then more interesting in the long run.
    I feel it suffer a bit from "below par" production. A little post-recording treatment to "fatten" the sound up a bit would undoubtedly benefit this song. Especially drums and guitars are a bit thin. But lets not dwell on techs & specs.
    The feel of it all sends my thoughts slightly in the direction of Sevendust and Alice In Chains; mostly cause there are certain elements that are familiar. But it stands well on its own without such referances, too. The song has a bit of a twist halfway where it becomes a bit more grim (grym? ;-) ) adding both more variation and more egde and some aggression to it. But I can't really get my head around the finishing section of the song- I feel lacks a defined ending or a conclusion, if you will.
    So I think Grymloch certainly has something here! Relestation definately has its own identity and just the right amount of "familiar elements" to make it both fresh and still accessible. It is heavy and well composed, has a bit of playfulness through the guitar leads and variation in both drums and vocals. All in all, a cool song - I bet it works really weel live! - allthough the ending leaves me hangin'.
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  • 3
    Fire Eyes - David Folsom
    Pop / Adult Contemporary
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  • 4
    Best Thing You Ever Had - Dana Jordan
    Blues / R&B
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  • 5
    How Was I Supposed To Know ft. Shelby Neubauer - David Folsom
    Singer Songwriter / Alternative
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  • 6
    Wrong Side Of Town - David Folsom
    Bluegrass / Country
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  • 7
    Down The Backroads - David Folsom
    Bluegrass / Country
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  • 8
    So Good To Be Home - David Folsom
    Contemporary / Alternative
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  • 9
    "Where You At" - EXCALIBA
    Hip Hop
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  • 10
    Letting Go - Dana Jordan
    Country / Country Trad.
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