“I’m a billy goat.”
That’s how Mike Dillon answered when asked what his musical personality was, and it makes a lot of sense. Goats are smart, agile, and hard to keep in one place…much like the multi-instrumentalist’s career.
Dillon holed himself up in a beautiful art studio in Missouri, converted from what used to be an old church building – it’s soul still there, pulling out the vibraphonists’s emotions. Along with his instruments, Dillon worked out his latest journey in life, and the songs come tumbling out, turning into his orchestral percussion compilation, Rosewood.
Holy Hive’s sound and friendships came together organically. The Brooklyn, NY-based trio comprised of singer/guitarist Paul Spring, drummer Homer Steinweiss, and bassist Joe Harrison like to call it folk/soul. The group’s debut full-length album, Float Back to You, sounds like it came to fruition just as their friendships did, and after listening to it for a spell, you hear it.
Halifax, Nova Scotia’s David Myles is a singer, songwriter, and music aficionado; he has a great library of music to date his tenth album, Leave Tonight, has a theme and mood that feels like a journey through the seasons of life, reminiscing about the days of old.