The folk-rock trio Tribella have the roots rock rattling of
Chrissie Hynde with the rosy folkloric tinseling of Colbie
Caillat. The group's latest release My Guest List has songs
that stay in the folk family while taking listeners through different
passageways, like the psychedelic rock dunes of "How Long"
to the upbeat coffeehouse-pop rustling of "When It Comes To You"
complimented by the breezy country-pop ribbing of "Saucer Eyes,"
and the ambient fringed ruffles of "Feel, Feel."
Though the album is only 6-tracks deep, it is an easy listening offering
that you can pop into your CD player and leave on repeat without worrying
about your tastes straying away. Lead vocalist/guitarist Sarah
Glynn has a warm register with both earthy and ethereal tints.
The rhythm section of bassist Rae Goldring and drummer Dena
Gerbrecht blend their rhythmic beating into the melodic seams,
creating bluesy overtones in the title track that vibrate nicely with
the folk-rock threads and giving "Recently Departed" pleasing
undulations reminiscent of Sarah Blasko.
Tribella is a folk-rock outfit who simmers with a rootsy flange and
ambrosia-frothed undulations in their songs. My Guest List
has the type of easy listening music that any crowd would welcome,
and find themselves wanting to be wrapped around its symbiotic coils.
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