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The Blue-Hots highlight years of beautiful hooks on new album
(Published: March 07, 2019)

The Blue-Hots is a band with a focus on recreating the warmth and feel of the best jazz music, adding a distinctive touch to their sound. Their new album is titled Collection Four: Moonshots (2016-2018), and it is a retrospective of the group's music from the past few years. The release features nine highlights from the group's songbook, including the track "Knock Me Down," which definitely stands out as one of my favorites in this entire record.

On cuts such as "Talk To Her," the band sets out to showcase their fondness for beautiful hooks and catchy melodies while retaining a very classy and sophisticated tone. This album is enjoyable from top to bottom, and what makes it really special is definitely the fact that the production has got a unique texture. The sound is organic, yet highly dynamic, giving the Blue-Hots an exciting feel and a personal touch which adds value to their performances.

More Information: https://theblue-hots.com

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