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@icicle_band @herd_recs #indierock #IndieMusicBlast #musicreview

Jun 24, 2016 4:49 PM

Born and raised in communist Bulgaria, Krassy Halatchev (Icicle) grew up with a few tight friends who were true music maniacs, read my review on chatsong. listen to the songs. Give vote up or down in the Disqus beneath the review.

Born and raised in communist Bulgaria, Krassy Halatchev (Icicle) grew up with a few
tight friends who were true music maniacs. Being one of them as well, he studied and
analyzed every note of the repertoire of his favorite bands (Pink Floyd, Genesis, The
Police, The B-52’s, Depeche Mode, The Cure…). With a little help from his friends
(and band mates) he bought his first bass guitar - a Fender Music Master. It turned out
to be the best investment he ever made, for it changed Krassy’s life.
Following years of ardent practicing and playing in garages and clubs, the skilled
musician fled from his native country and landed in Montreal one freezing-cold winter
day in 1990. His brother-like peers from the band The Clouds accompanied him in this
new and exiting adventure. At the time they were passionately devoted to the 90’s
psychedelic rock. After many subway and club gigs, considerable magazine and
newspaper coverage, and two full-length albums, the members of the band decided to
explore new horizons, this time separately.
In 1996 Krassy joined the band Chiwawa. Produced by Steve Witfield (The Cure, The
Mission, The Trash Can Sinatras) and recorded at The Mission’s studio in Bristol,
Chiwawa’s first album The Sick World of Yona won the attention of the media.
Becoming a core member of the group, Krassy composed and sang a major part of
Chiwawa’s seven albums worth of material.
In 2014 Icicle released his first solo album, “Resurgence”. Multifaceted and very
seasoned, this 13-piece oeuvre represents a passage door between the past and the
future, a quintessence of lessons learned and dreams that lay ahead.
His second album, “Theorems” (official release date – September 15, 2015) cements
Icicle’s musical path where pop, rock and funk elements reminisce of the 80s, 90s and
2000s. It curls upward on a journey of his life’s spiral.

Above you can also read on the website of this indie rock artist, now my review about the music he provides. The intro of the song already starts with good beats and melodies many instruments in it, wonderful voice has this singer. You hear an accent in his voice but it sounds very good in the song, well written first song. Each song has a different intro I like it a lot, nice tunes in the songs. This is good quality music, very beautifully songs. You can hear a lovely rhythm in the songs, very well produced. This singer could be standing among the billboard artist , he is that good. This has to be heard around the world, this singer could be soon a superstar in the charts anywhere if everyone share this around the world. I will do everything I can to share it as well to radio stations and where I can share,  to support this  indie artist.





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