Chadwick Station – Waiting for a Sunny Day

CHADChadwick Station releases “Waiting for a Sunny Day” EP

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by Rory Richardson edited by Michael Rand

Chadwick Station is a 5 piece band based out of the UK who just released their latest EP effort entitled ”Waiting for a Sunny Day” in 2013. In this overly saturated genera/market with a plethora of artists coming out of the woodwork, armed with nothing more than a PC, Microphone, a guitar, and a crappy sounding CD – it’s nice to know there are a few bands that can still rock out. These artists I speak of manage to push their music out to the world and much of it is – do I dare say is substandard to say the least. So what do bands like O.A.R, Blues Traveler, The Young Veins and Patrick Stump, James Blunt, Daniel Powter, James Morrison and Keane have that Chadwick Station don’t? Not much if you ask me save the multi-million dollars promotional machines and major record label support. Chadwick Station breaks the mold with their highly creative touch and catchy grooves that in their final impression, deliver invigorating music that has a deep-seated Americana pop rock feel to it. Chadwick Station is a very passionate and creative band, and the production value of “Waiting for a Sunny Day” is rock solid for an Independent Artist. Musical overtones that will remind you of acts from classic Squeeze, to Damien Rice to Ronan Keating and even Robbie Williams. Right now after hearing Chadwick Station’s music and checking out their site I can honestly say this is what we’ve all been waiting for. This band has all the attributes required of a world class Alternative Pop-Rock band. What’s more impressive is the plethora of session players they bring to the table. Chadwick Station has all the magical elements that have been missing from radio lately? I don’t say stuff like that often. All in all a well-rounded EP that has much to offer the listener, apparently there are still a few artists out there believe in writing you an amazing piece of music without making your ears bleed. Top Tracks are as follows: High and Low, title track

Final Word: Chadwick Station stands out from other Indie-Alt bands in a good way within this very saturated Indie Band market. Their answer to mundane music is to deliver something unique with a breath of fresh air. Armed with a brilliant UK artistic perspective, superlative writing, a nice easy going catchy-hooky vibe and powerful Pop messages to call their own. Need I say more?

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Written by Rory Richardson edited by Mindy McCall
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Overall Rating: 8/10 Stars

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