Bri Ingram I Am EP Review

Bri Ingram I Am EP on NeuFutur

Bri Ingram begins her latest release, the I Am EP with Can’t Even Cry. The track showcases the extra power of Bri’s vocals and provides highlighting with an on-point and furious instrumentation. The dynamic that is created between the guitars and drums creates something that will work perfectly on pop and alternative station. Ingram is able to come forth as a unique performer, influenced by Faith Hill, Sheryl Crow, Kelly Clarkson, and Megan Trainor.

Bri Ingram I Am EP on NeuFutur

Bad Bad Boy is a shuffling, driven track that impresses through a hard-hitting drum beat, impassioned vocals, and sizzling guitar work. Ingram is able to be bold and forceful during this composition, creating a positive persona that is more than capable enough to deal with the titular Bad, Bad Boy.

Little Black Dress is a stripped-down rock track that takes equal amounts sixties psychedelic and 90s alternative and gives them a new lease on life. The guitar work that was so impressive during Bad Bad Boy is kicked into high gear as the arrangements utilized here are some of the most dense and deep that we have heard. With another knock-out performance by Ingram, this single is another home run for Bri.

I Can Make A Little Boy Blue is a bouncy, bubbly track that gives listeners another refreshing blend of styles, linking together the passion of Fall Out Boy with the emotive richness of Sixpence None the Richer and Bif Naked.

Belly of the Beast is our favorite effort on I Am EP. The lounge singer meets blues tack that Bri takes here makes this ultimate track into her own personal Bond track. It provides an emphatic end to a disc of hits; the I Am EP is a tremendous introduction to Bri Ingram.

Top Tracks: I Can Make A Little Boy Blue, Belly of the Beast

Rating: 8.7/10

Bri Ingram I Am EP Review / 2015 Self / 6 Tracks / http://www.briingram.com/ / https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/i-am-ep/id992262475

Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University.

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