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James William Hindle
James William Hindle (Badman)

By: Alex Steininger

Bold, impassioned songs that slowly build and move along, engaging you from the get go, never really making any sharp turns or abrupt stops, James William Hindle's music is calm and confident, composed to a tee, flaws working in favor of the music, and precision pulling everything together. The flood of instrumentation is there, though it is faint, as pianos, strings, guitars, bass, and drums intertwine with ease, allowing Hindle's voice to shine, as he leads the way with his rhythm guitar, building on it with enough instrumentation to see the dark winter songs to fruition. Hindle has a way with darkness, giving light to even the most winter-bred pieces. This is not folk, pop, or rock. It is a combination of all, yet not a hybrid. It is masterfully crafted, rich and overflowing with strong songwriting and bravery. I'll give it an A.15
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