Rock / Blues / Pop
Skies is continuing to work on more of the Beowulf legend. It's great
fun but requires lots of reading up on Norse myths. The latest stuff
being worked on is kind of way out there. Hope all our fans take a look
and listen as it comes out. Hall of the Moon is a minimul preview of where
it's all headed. Thanks, Hank.
"Mechanical Skies, Wielder of Wonder.
Mechanical Skies = Suicidal Tendencies + Sugartooth + Niel Young. Wielder of
Wonder, this six-song EP continues the journey of Mechanical Skies, following their
first release in 2010. This material has a definitive classic rock undertone throughout.
The material ranges from light and mildly funky to heavy and guitar-driven, and
of the range I personally prefer their execution of the former. "Cold" has that
kind of light-weight bouncy quality--it's funky and catchy. The production on this
release seemed a bit better than on their previous album, and as they keep working
I'm sure it will only get better and better. -Ischa B. Salt Lake Underground Magazine
August 2012" Ischa B., Salt Lake Underground
"mECHANICAL sKIES = Rush
+ Cream + Vintage Pop
(SLUG Magazine January 2011)" P. Buchanan, Salt Lake Underground Magazine
Mean Molly's Trio + Elvis Costello. mECHANICAL sKIES is an unorthodox group of
musicians...This adds to the appeal of the simple backyard-BBQ-type rock they produce.
'Fix Your Good Mood' is a charming lo-fi collection of songs. "Debbie Died at the
Disco" is about a teenage girl being killed by a mirror ball after the narrator
told her not to go, while spectators thought her jeans were cool." Andrew