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The Skye Bleu Crew – “Doll House” Review » LIVE LIFE WITHOUT FEAR

What can you say and convey about your music with a single that lasts just one second under two and a half minutes?

Maybe not that much, but you can at least give a glimpse of what to expect from an artist and is there any promise there for listeners in general and particularly those who prefer a certain musical genre.

Bloomingdale’s, Illinois quartet The Skye Bleu Crew (Jen Botka: vocals, Jason Botka: guitar and organ, Johnny Gadeikis: bass, Dominic Fallico: drums) try to promise quite a bit with their debut single “Doll House”, in especially for Americana/Country Rock fans.

Over its brief run, The Skye Bleu Crew is able to deliver something that can already be described as a signature sound – Jen Botka’s voice that goes anywhere between Neil Young and Jackson Browne at its most high, great guitar work solid keyboard support and a subtle rhythm section and only accentuates the main elements.

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It’s perhaps not so surprising if you learn that most of the people involved, with the exception of drummer Fallico (only his second studio session), are seasoned musicians led by Jason Botka who serves as something of a debate master.

Essentially, “Doll House” is an engaging start that just stimulates listeners, especially of the genre, to see/hear what else is in this dollhouse after all.

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Conclusion

Skye Bleu Crew’s “Doll House” is a tantalizing start that just excites listeners, especially of the genre, to see/hear what else is in this dollhouse after all.