Royal Holland

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Royal Holland issues a compelling first EP

Original Story – http://citybeat.com/cincinnati/article-30989-let_it_happen_celebrates_debut_album.html By: Mike Breen Royal Holland Issues First EP Volume One – The Maze is the first official release from Royal Holland, the pseudonym/current project of Cincinnati singer/songwriter Matt Mooney, former frontman of late local Indie Rock band Koala Fires. The EP is available now at royalholland.bandcamp.com[…]

CD Review: New Independent Music Comes Rising To The Top

Original Story – http://jpsmusicblog.blogspot.com/2014/08/cd-review-new-independent-music-comes.html By: J. Pasinski From Cincinnati, OH comes the debut album from singer/songwriter Royal Holland. The new five song EP entitled “Volume One — The Maze” was produced by Grammy award winning producer Brian Olive (The Greenhornes). Beginning with “Devil’s Night,” Holland’s vocals float on top of[…]

Skope Magazine Review – Royal Holland, Volume One – The Maze

Original Story – http://skopemag.com/2014/08/28/royal-holland-volume-one-the-maze By: Beach Sloth Running the gamut from folk to dance Royal Holland’s “Volume One – The Maze” is a lot of fun. The combination of the radically different styles brings to mind Beck’s early experiments with folk and found sounds. Lyrically the collection ranges from the[…]

Royal Holland Volume One – The Maze CD Review

Original Story – http://neufutur.com/2014/08/royal-holland-volume-one-the-maze-cd-review/ By: James McQuiston Devil’s Night is a fun track that showcases the sheer depth and breadth of Royal Holland. The music is a bouncy bit of alt-rock that ties together influences as disparate as Warren Zevon, Blur, Dick Dale, and The Smiths. The track is further[…]