DeVestern - Sugar Free
I Frighten You?
the first listening of Sugar Free, I was immediately
impressed with DeVestern's vocal expression. Not only
does one hear possible influences of Alanis Morissette or
Ani Difranco in her style, but she also is totally unique.
There is a certain strength shown in her expression that makes
As always, I find it admirable that she writes and plays every
song on the album. The music is upbeat, definitely entertaining.
It is somewhat difficult, however, to classify her genre of
music. Many of the songs have a bluesy feel; others
are full of the passion and rage of rock music. This
just makes her more unique in her style in that she is diverse.
The songs are definitely written from the woman's perspective,
attacking issues of the self, animalistic lust, family, and
is my experience that the best music out there is the stuff
that you don't hear on every day radio. So, I certainly
hope that DeVestern continues to make albums on her own.
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