Edgar Allan Poets – Noir Rock Band | Devil Whammy is Stuart Pearson's Single | Indie Music
Devil Whammy is Stuart Pearson’s Single | Indie Music

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s Featured artist is Stuart Pearson and his single Devil Whammy.

Devil Whammy is Stuart Pearson’s Single | Indie Music

I was immediately intrigued by this artist’s music. In particular, the vocal timbre mesmerized me with those bass tones.

The compositional style is very original, this artist seems to play with music and to have a lot of fun while composing his songs.

His music is a mix between Lou Reed and Tonino Carotone. A unique sonic blend that makes his sound stand out from the crowd.

Stuart Pearson is an artist with a great compositional experience behind him. When an artist manages to create these kinds of songs and is able to make them special, it means that he knows harmony and music well.

Devil Whammy is a hypnotic and repetitive track and thanks to Stuart Pearson‘s great compositional experience it becomes a cult song.

I really liked the sound universe created by this artist and I recommend everyone to go and listen to it.

Devil Whammy is Stuart Pearson’s Single Out Now!


Devil Whammy is Stuart Pearson’s Single | Indie Music

I’m originally from Long Island and I have been writing songs since I was seven, when there was little life experience to inform my material, other than dealing with childhood epilepsy and maybe Bugs Bunny. I would watch my father play our family upright piano and it hit something in me that said “you can do that too”. So I poked, single-fingered on the piano and found my first primitive melody. We would spend summers on my grandfather’s farm in Wisconsin, where I would feed chickens, get chased by cows and listen to the curious music the 1960’s midwest would listen to; Johnny Cash, Bobby Gentry, Charlie Rich. Music that sounded rusty and full of weeds. As much as I liked playing in the corn field, I was always impatient to get back to that piano.

Meanwhile, back at home, my surfer brother formed a band and that lit sparks in my head. They played songs by The Rascals, The Beach Boys and other 60’s bands that made sounds I didn’t understand but wanted to. A truly terrible guitar followed and so did terrible songs. An annoying amount of them. They kept coming. When the city’s punk scene blossomed, I would absorb every issue of Creem Magazine and discovered the noise made by the NY Dolls, Television, the Ramones and ultimately the Velvet Underground.

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