Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Music Review: Kris Grunwald's The Devil's Wedding


Okay so a music review isn't quite the type of thing you'd expect from an adventure blog. However, I would have to say that Kris Grunwald's The Devil's Wedding is truly an adventure for your ears. Okay, so I might be a little bit biased because Kris happens to be my brother, but believe me this is an album that deserves to be listened to. Kris really takes some adventurous risks that many new musicians just aren't willing to take. He blends an eclectic mix of influences to produce some really solid music. The best part of the album is that all the songs sound quite different. Kris doesn't get into the rut of playing the same types of songs over and over. I would say that when I listen I hear influences ranging from Bob Marley to Jack Johnson to The Police, and even John Mayer. Do yourself a favor and click here to give it a listen!
Click here to buy it!

3 comments:

Still Wandering said...

I think music reviews fit nicely on adventure blogs. You cant' have adventure without music right?

I'll have to sample it when I am not stuck behind the DOI firewall:)

Eric and Noelle Grunwald said...

You know, it really is pretty good. I have to admit I was a bit skeptical at first, but now I find myself listening to Kris' CD in the car quite often.

K said...

I saw your brother play in Denver recently. I have to agree that he is very talented and his music quite dynamic (I am listening to it on myspace now.) I will definitly get this album. I would recommend he keep making videos because he is very beautiful to watch. I want to sing with him.