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"They have 70’s inspired guitar solos, some metal tendencies as well psychedelics and they even throw in some funk and jazz. Above all else the majority of the songs on this album are well written and are fun to listen to throughout"
"Electric Soul will pick you up when you fall. Upbeat, alt. jazz fusion jams round out this album, all while showcasing the band’s great use of heavy guitar solos and ambient keys"
“Their style of implementing elements of jazz, rock, psychedelics, blues and other various influences is a refreshing reminder that bands are still willing to explore the roots of rock. Electric Soul are on the verge of discovering themselves and it’s journey a worth listening to. Second Paradise review”
“Electric Soul will shock your loins to life”
“Electric Soul walks a fine line between a classic style that my parents’ generation will recognize and love as their own, yet the songs extrapolate on the old forms in a way that feels fresh and doesn’t leave me feeling all, “been there, done that.””
“Their modus operandi is the progressive fusion of rock, jazz, and funk meant to satisfy the heart, hips, and head.By gigging hard and recording with Juno nominee/Western Canadian Music Award winner Lenny Milne (Romi Mayes, Perpetrators) Electric Soul has created a gem of an album that makes good on all their promises and lives up to a live show that may be one of the tightest in the city.”
“This band really isn’t one of those cookie-cutter groups. That’s what makes them so exciting to watch. Electric Soul was a whole new ball game for me, and they’ve hit a home run with this album.”