Sam Page

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California based ‘Sam Page’, whose album Breach we supported last year, continues to impress with with powerhouse releases in the last couple of months. The surreally catchy ‘Do Yo Want to Get Down’ is an unabashed joyride with many interesting twists and turns, especially the guitar work just after the two minute mark. No wonder it has moved into the 5-digit PlayZone on Spotify already. The more recent ‘Release Me’, though not as frolicky, is more meaty with some funky guitarwork, energetic rhythms and really good vocals. We hope you enjoy these as much as we seem to:

Sam Page: Breach

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After a while we are back on the blogosphere with some timely Californian pop-rock, which to put it mildly is catchy as hell! Sam Page and I are on the ‘same page’ :), about the not taking yourself too seriously bit and that carefree quality adds something extra to the music. It is hard to put in words but it is like the awesome experience of eating a dish prepared by someone who just loves cooking and does not get lost in the precise quantity of ingredients to mix. With powerful guitar riffs, surreal melodies, and great vocals, it is hard to keep your head still. The fact that is so catchy, might make you sometimes dismiss the music as superficial, but repeated listening would drive it into your head that like a great Tiramisu, this one gets better with every layer.A delectable piece from Sam Page’s recently released album ‘Breach’ right here:

The whole album can be sampled and purchased for a tiny sum at . This website will also give you access to all his older work and social netword links to follow his on.