Posted on: March 14, 2020 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

John Paciga and Lexi Peppas are able to create a timeless track that could easily work in the 1970s as it does today. There’s a robust production that allows for the rising and falling of John’s pianos; the paired vocals feel honest and earnestly sung. No One Else is the perfect sort of track for a couple that truly, madly, and deeply loves one another. By imbuing this composition with traditional American musical styles, John is able to speak volumes to the widest possible swath of music fans. The hard-hitting dynamic between the guitars, drums, and piano provides an emphatic end to a delightfully fun composition.

It’s been a bit, but we covered a trio of Paciga’s singles – Tickling the Ivories, The F-Word and The Prayer – for our music section.

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