Monday, October 26, 2009

Oil That Is!

Their music is just as precious as the band's relevant name refers to. You probably will hear Black Gold playing loudly over melodrama on a CW show or even as an iTunes "Single of the Week" in the near future. Already having a sizable following, this Brooklyn-based band evokes Queen on the riffs, a care-free regard in the verses, and a mindful control over the persistent drums, hopeful guitar stings, and the expressiveness in Eric Ronick's voice. "The Comedown" and "Plans and Reveries"are two particular standout tracks that embody the sound of these gifted musicians. With that said, we strongly encourage you give them each a listen, along with the rest of their tracks. You won't regret it. In fact, you may even thank us.

Song to Love, Part I
Black Gold - The Comedown
Song to Love, Part II
Black Gold - Plans and Reveries 

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