Even within the MG Music stable, Clifford White has firmly made his mark with his album Myths of the Rock.
The music hits like a sculptors chisel carving our emotions to his rhythmic and passionate vision. Despite the bold and heavy feel of the album, Clifford has left no rough edges and the music glides over the senses like ice on obsidian.
If you’re a lover of deep and emotive percussion then this will satisfy, if you like your drums rhythmic and upbeat, this will satisfy, if you want something to stir the passions and desires within you, this album provides the ultimate overdose.
The theme behind the CD is as spectacular as the music itself: Myths of the Rock takes us through the legends of The Dreamtime, and does so in true symphonic style. Even sat here writing this review, my busy fingers are typing to the rhythm that the tracks lay down: the CD is infectious, the music addictive…don’t start playing this if you have to be somewhere in less than 30 minutes!
The CD cover compares Clifford to Enigma. I would personally say that Clifford is the natural evolution of Enigma. This release pushes the boundaries and is not afraid to demonstrate the feeling behind each track. Whereas Enigma stayed on an even keel, maintaining sobriety and somber moods, Clifford tips the boat over and lets the full weight and gravity of his music smack you between the eyes (or ears in this case).
What we are talking about here is 9 tracks of chest vibrating euphoria. Spin up that volume dial and release your senses!