Indie Music Reviews

Music Review for Indie Rocker’s March into Paris – ‘Beautiful Chaos’ EP


March into Paris
‘Beautiful Chaos’ EP
http://www.marchintoparis.com
Indie Rock
By C.W. Ross

This Sacramento band first hit the Indie music scene with the release of their debut entitled, ‘Shield the Dilemma.’ The band is now back with their 7-song EP, ‘Beautiful Chaos.’

The bands rock sound is lead by its triple guitar attack (Eric Davis- guitar, Randy Medeiros- guitar, Kevin McCarty- bass), thunderous drums (Kris Ayala) and passion filled vocals from Jennifer Valdez.

When asked about the band guitarist Eric Davis had this to say, “The four of us guys behind Jennifer had all been in and out of different bands before we met her and she blew us away with her vocal talent. We were impressed that at only 20 years old, she already had her own album out and a publishing company. As we came together, we realized that this was an opportunity for all of us, regardless of background, to be in a real band – not part of somebody else’s ego trip or in a situation where we spent time with people who weren’t as great as they thought they were. As the title Beautiful Chaos implies, it’s not always an easy road dealing with five different personalities, but we’re there for each other and share the same goals and ambitions. We’re better musicians and better, smarter people for having known each other.”

The band’s ‘Beautiful Chaos’ EP starts out hard right from the beginning with the rocking opening track, “Ordinary Envy.”

Other rocking tracks include, “No Response (Make My Day)” that even includes some screamo vocals from Valdez. “The Body,” also rocks it out with a nod to classic American and British rock.

The band also included the ballad sounding track, “Tell Me,” for those of you looking for something a little bit softer.

With its collection of skilled Indie rock music, the band March into Paris’, ‘Beautiful Chaos’ EP will be spending a lot of time playing in my stereo.

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About CW Ross

I'm a Christian who likes writing about Indie and Christian music, college softball and airguns.

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