Rhett May Insatiable EP Review

Cocktails and Cannabis opens up May’s current release, the Insatiable EP. The track has a unique style that builds off of the work of Peter Murphy and Midnight Oil, while having hints of funk bass and an epic, almost Peter Gabriel-like feel to the song. Hey Peter is wholly different from Cocktails and Cannabis, adopting the outward style of reggae. The guitar is stellar with all of the spirit of an Eric Clapton or a Bob Marley, while May’s vocals tell a store in a clear fashion that will appease fans of mid to late seventies David Bowie and Mick Jagger. Continue reading “Rhett May Insatiable EP Review”