Faye Wesbster - Atlanta Millionaires Club
Faye Webster has released her sophomore album, bending genres and creating a project with a unique blend of folk, R&B, and everything in between. The album opens with a twangy track titled Room Temperature, where Webster states constantly, âI should get out moreâ. This pseudo-folk sound carries into the rest of the album, giving one the impression that if Stevie Knicks were to make music in 2019, it would sound similar to Atlanta Millionaires Club. Pigeon has vocals and a bassline that truly show the R&B influence that Webster has so often cited, accompanied, of course, by twangy guitars and melodic keys. This is a deeply personal album, with Webster covering topics ranging from breakups, seeing her dad cry, and longing for a lover thatâs miles away. No song embodies this as much as Jonny, where she discusses how sheâs lonely, her dog is her best friend, and how she questions if her ex ever really loved her. Flowers features ethereal vocals from Webster, and an oddly placed feature from the founder of Awful Records, and fellow Atlanta native, Father. This album is beautiful, emotional, and perfect for a rainy day or getting through a breakup. â
Author: Frank McLaughlin
"Outside of the working world, music is something I invest a lot of time in, in more ways than one. I could spend hours on my SoundCloud timeline, Apple Music, or YouTube discovering new artists to listen to and enjoy. I have channeled this love into brief music reviews that can be found in the appropriate part of this website, and more recently, the First State Studios website. I have also begun to produce music myself, learning the ins and outs of Ableton, Serum, Audacity, and other necessary software, and it still remains one of my favorite ways to spend my free time. It has sparked a love for learning new technologies and software and is something I hope to continue to grow with. I feel that my lifelong interest in the technical side of creative arts combined with my newfound analytical knowledge combine perfectly to serve me well in the marketing and advertising realm."