Download links and information about Holly by Nick Waterhouse. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 29:58 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock|
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|2.||This Is a Game||2:51|
|3.||It No. 3||3:01|
|4.||Let It Come Down||2:27|
|8.||Well It's Fine||3:01|
|9.||Ain't There Something That Money Can't Buy||3:17|
|10.||Hands On the Clock||3:50|
A film-noir vibe tingles through the neo-soul of Nick Waterhouse’s sophomore album, Holly, felt both in the music's ominous undercurrents and the lyrics' jittery tone. The singer/songwriter’s native Southern California exerts a subtle influence on his tunes, suggesting both vintage Hollywood swank and the shadowy alleys of Raymond Chandler. Waterhouse’s tense, dry vocal delivery and his reverb-drenched guitar playing lend definition to his work, as even oblique lyrics seem like urgent confessions. The furtive scenarios running through tracks like “Dead Room,” “Sleeping Pills," and “Hands on the Clock” are framed by arrangements that reconfigure ’60-era R&B and garage rock sounds in ways that are both inviting and disquieting. The surf guitar–style licks of “It No. 3” and the simmering swing tempo of “Ain’t There Something Money Can’t Buy” show his ability to sustain a party groove while keeping the mood decidedly dark. Whether he’s slinking to a Cuban beat (“High Tiding”) or stepping high to Mexicali brass (the title tune), Waterhouse never loses his hipster panache.