MP3 Matt Zimmerman - Brotherman
1st track from the upcoming LP "Sunset Spectrum." Lush acoustic backdrops, Catchy vocal harmonies, Warm tube driven Guitars and Analog Synth highlight the Serene Vibe and Spacious Production of this pop masterpiece you won''t want to miss.
1 MP3 Songs in this album (3:51) !
Related styles: Rock: Experimental Rock, Pop: 70''s Pop, Type: Sonic
People who are interested in Foo Fighters SiverSun Pickups Todd Rundgren should consider this download.
Matt Zimmerman is a Baltimore based Singer-Songwriter/Producer/ Engineer. His style covers a wide sonic range, from mellow, woodsy, nature oriented harmonic rock (a la pet sounds) to all out full bore space prog. A Multi-instrumentalist, he uses a wide range of tools in his sonic exploration, inviting the listener to join him on a trip through the past and future, in a dimension not too far from our own. One song may showcase more of a pure rock aesthetic (acoustic guitar, bass, 2 part interwoven vocal harmonies), while other songs call for electric guitars, full on drums, or a variety of retro-analog synth sounds, with all imaginable combination''s in between. In the studio Matt is a bit of a control freak, and prefers to play each part himself. In the Live setting Matt is known to collaborate with various guest artists, occasionally doing a few stripped down solo performances with piano, guitar, and vocals.
"Style wise Matt Z''s music is known to change like the weather, from a self-reflective rainy morning to a bright fall day; then back again to reinvent itself again as the falling leaves bring the crisp winds of Autumn."
(James Tollivan, Indie-First)
"Spontaneous gear-shifting, instrument changes, and spur of the moment arrangement reconstruction are to be expected in a live setting, as Matt Z never really plays the same show twice. Drawing from a vast array of material and sound, constant change keeps the audience wondering what comes next. Thought provoking lyrical content and infectious melodies bring real substance to an already interesting (and ear-catching) sound canvas…"
( Nate Hampton, Baltimore X-press)