On PG Naylor’s latest single Something for Nothing, a powerful form of 1970s rock inspiration dominates. Whether it is the confident guitar lines, the chunky bass line, or charismatic vocals, there’s no denying Something for Nothing’s appeal. The back and forth between the two sets of vocals adds satiety to the composition as does the sizzling guitar line that glues together the two sections of the track. With a wide swath of influences ranging from The Who to BTO and Alice Cooper, PG Naylor is able to make something refreshing and retro while staying as clean and crisp as modern music can be. An A+ effort.
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