Matt P Smith | Martian Funk

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Martian Funk

by Matt P Smith

Instrumental guitar music from the west coast of Canada infused with funk, self-indulgent jams, and shiney solos.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ascension [Remix]
4:10 album only
2. Deep Fried Artery Ride
4:15 album only
3. Witching Hour
3:56 album only
4. Algorythm Vision
4:35 album only
5. Martian Funk
3:49 album only
6. House Flies In Disguise
4:06 album only
7. Solstice Movement II
7:10 album only


Album Notes
Matt's newest endeavor, "Martian Funk" plummets into the manic psyche of a guitarist inspired by various forces that culminates in a bizarre mixture of instrumental funk-rock tunes. Indeed, one of the defining characteristics that ties this album together is the sporadic funk frenzies that are revisited throughout the CD. Sure, there are some ambient moments, some relaxing moments, and some heavy-riffed moments, but it always culminates in some 'porn music' crescendo. Delving into a whole new level of self-indulgent bliss, Matt speaks the language of guitar as he rips through numbers that should've been written in the 70s, but nevertheless harbor a distinct modern feel - with shiny guitar solos, occasional squeals, metallic drum noises, and catchy riffs. His style is unique, recognizable, and truly his own. In a day and age where 'bubblegum' artists rule the airwaves, the guitar is a lost art form and despite a few well-known pioneers in the instrumental guitar genre, it is still a relatively unsaturated market. Bottom line: If you're an axe addict, you should check this one out.



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