Jay Fraser: Sketches Of A Renegade EP Review

Sketches Of A Renegade is a hugely needed, freshly invigorating set of acoustic blues. From the moment Jay Fraser’s latest batch of recordings begins, its gloriously stripped-down songs strike a chord in the listener.

Jay Fraser has released three full-length albums to date, as well as Sketches Of A Renegade, and really shines on his latest effort. His steady hands and his powerful yet subtle voice command attention. It’s a simple but powerful mix that proves his ability.

The production on Sketches is near-perfect, and gets out of the way enough to let Fraser shine through. He’s got something good going for him, and I expect that if he keeps it up he can capture the hearts and ears of thousands more people worldwide.

This review was short and sweet, but so is Sketches. It’s a lovely bit of blues, and you owe it to yourself to pick it up for FREE over at http://music.buildingsofdreams.com/

The Review: 9/10

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– The Dark Wood

Review by Tyler Quiring

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  1. […] currently based in London. In 2011 he released his third album, Buildings Of Dreams, and a new EP, Sketches Of A Renegade. Tyler Quiring was able to get the scoop on the new EP and Fraser’s future […]

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