Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Crossing Styles Of Music

NEW YORK CITY (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Shelvers at music stores around the country should get ready for a real categorizing challenge.

That’s because the new album, Archetypes and Repetition, from the rock band Deepfield, will hit shelves July 24th, and includes a mix of music that varies from hard rock to pop tunes.

Deepfield frontman Baxter Teal III says his new musical mix tries to reach across the boards to give a little bit of everything to music lovers – except “Emo” tunes which tend to be pretty depressing, lame love songs.

Teal says, “I’m devoted to the opposition of Emo music, because our music is the most radio friendly without being pigeonholed into one category.”

But Deepfield isn’t trying to start new trends with its Emo-bashing or new approach to making aN album.

As Teal puts it, “We’re not trying to start a revolution. We’re just trying to bring rock back to the days of Fuel and 3 Doors Down.

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