Zero Frequency The Ocean’s End Review: Sexy

Powered by smooth guitar-licks, sexy vocals and themes and odes to classic rock and grunge, Zero Frequency’s The Ocean End is a compilation of experimental tunes that work great as background music to your morning, but even better as pump up tunes before a big day.

Consisting of 11 tracks, The Ocean’s End is all about the music. While the assortment of female vocalists are charismatic, it’s the guitar work that sells the legitimacy of this album. From the foot-tapping licks on Artemis Descends to the homage to Eric Clapton on Sunshine of Your Lust, there’s something for every guitar afficiando on this album. Again, while the structure of different vocalists on each track, looped sounds and experimental composition may not be for everyone, it’s hard to deny the six-string allure Zero Frequency creates.

Similar to the work of Jack White and Paul Gilbert, Zero Frequency is able to tell a story on each tune that transcends words. While they may not be as epic as those aforementioned artists yet, he’s on his way. For now, he’ll get you to play air guitar through all 11 tracks. That’s saying something.

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