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“Four” not only provides a framework for the elaborate use of instrumentals and special effects to create a distinct sound, but it all functions as a stimulating soundtrack (http://www.reverbnation.com/
Sun Uther Wahn’s performance on “Four” is far beyond intriguing considering his southern roots where country music, and rock & roll are almost a way of life. Even on a contemporary scale, his music is far-reaching and undoubtedly innovative. He utilizes a multitude of instrumentals and electronic elements to deliver a futuristic sound. From distorted rock vocals, to deep chilling echos, the song is a vivid illustration reminiscent of Enya’s sound during the rise of new age and Celtic influences.
“Four” is a slow-tempo track with a mellow feel and music fans looking for a good chill-out vibe will want to keep this one handy. Sun Uther Wahn’s vocals are dark and distorted but have a retro rock vibe that might be likened to that of John Lennon. Though the feel of the song is mysterious, the combination of sounds are so intricately designed that it provides an entertaining listen and a pleasant non-conformist energy.
Storm Williams who goes by the moniker Sun Uther Wahn is a Mississippi native who has indeed broken the stereotypical mold of southern musicians. Citing influences such as Brian Eno, Daft Punk, and the Beatles, he is a pioneer on the current sound-stage. Known for “channeling a new vibe for the human tribe”, his latest album release ‘Jedi Mind Music’ has catapulted him to the #1 spot on Reverbnation. Learn more about the man behind the music on the Official Sun Uther Wahn Website.
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