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Charlie Pecot aka "Falik" / Press

“Falik reaches #1 on the local Reverb Nation Alternative charts. In celebration, he thanks his fans all over the world and has another beer.”

Press release, Dog Star Entertainment

“In an unprecedented gesture of generosity (not really unprecedented, but it sounded good, didn't it?) Falik donates all sales for the rest of 2014 to the Be Your Own Hero Foundation (http://beyourownhero.us), a non-profit organization specializing in raising money for scholarships, and "The Vox", a magazine devoted to inspiration and personal growth through the arts.”

Dog Star Entertainment

“What some people are saying about "Caroline": “I like this song because its has a really good background music and i like the bass. Im pretty sure this is country but whatever it is its songs really funky. The guys that is singing is really good at whatever he is doing i really love this song.””

Reverb Nation Review

“What some people are saying about "Caroline": “The music starts out with plenty of interesting vibes. I like the array of different sounds in the background, but I don't know how they connect with the meaning of the song. There is an ethnic vibe that is picked up and carried across the whole track. I would describe this song as being subdued and unique. The singer has a funky quality to his voice and style. The lyrics are upbeat and funky. I enjoy the playful flavor of this track. The banjo like sounds in the background are appealing in a quirky way as well.””

Reverb Nation Review

“What some people are saying about "Caroline": “Nice song. Very catchy and has style. I like the message. This is not a bad song, any song can make in today's world. But you want to not make it but you want to be good . I like this song and I believe it would make it do to the energy and the vibe. Sounds great at a party.””

Reverb Nation Review

“What some people are saying about "Caroline": “The intro of the song was well put together. The sounds sounded great to me. I sat on my bed tapping my foot to the beat. The artist caught my attention the second I heard his voice, it was like an angel from above. The instruments were amazing to listen to. I really wish I could of listened to the full song because I really enjoyed it. It reminded me of my summer night while h was the best time of my life. The song deserves a good rating and wouldn't be surprised if other people enjoyed it.””

Reverb Nation Review

“On"Caroline": “The intro gave me flashbacks of Michael Jackson's thriller. Great guitar work, love the tube sound, clean is good on this tune. Sometimes a clean signal is better than the over mixed guitar. I like the vocal, but would like to hear it louder. It 's the main part of the song and sounds good. The guitar part is folksy... I wouldn't mind to hear a mandolin in there. Can this song be a hit. I think so, as there are some special musical flavors on there.””

Reverb Nation Review

“I love the feel of your music; it has a fantastic uniqueness and sound all its own. I've been a fan for a while, and usually have your music in rotation when I'm working. This version of Son of Sand Flea is my favorite of your work. Thanks so much for sharing your talent!”

“I love to sing, belly-dance and I LOVE any kind of music that blends different genres together. I like your work in particular because I discovered it at a very crucial point in my life recently. It usually suits the "mood" I'm in & it's very beneficial for the creative process.”

fan - Facsbook

“In the hands of Falik the Irish bouzouki can sound like sitar, a guitar, an orchestra, a piano, a banjo, and yes, even an Irish bouzouki. The songs themselves are well balanced compositions; equal amounts of melody, harmony, and rhythm arranged just so, providing the listener with a satisfying experience. What makes Falik unique is how he applies the traditional instruments to his musical themes and then blends them into contemporary dance tracks. It's world music in the sense that he utilizes instruments and rhythms from different continents to influence and affect his direction. And even though he sails under the "world music" banner, there is the deft blending of genres that is Falik's signature. The arrangements more than compliment the compositions; they are inseparable. The songs become alive and are not merely exercises in technical prowess. You become engaged and forget that there's one man behind the music. Charlie Pecot is a truly gifted musician/composer/arranger.”

Facebook

“This guy makes some cool music, I listen to it while studying since is only instrumental, therefore the music is not distracting and it seems to help me concentrate better.”

- fan - web site

“I listened to a few other songs too. WOW the production is amazing!! You are one talanted man. I think I have told you that from the first day we met at Houlihan's. I know that THIS is what you have always loved doing. It is your HEART and your PASSION. I hope it pay's off BIG for you. You certainly deserve it and have payed your dues as a musician to earn it. Best of luck”

“very interesting track,good luck to you;)”

TrackTesting

“i really liked this...it got me...hot theme......yes”

TrackTesting

““When you find yourself bobbing your head and tapping the keyboard unconciously, a song REC is required.””

Joffi - AmieSt

“Electronica, dance, industrial redefined? And as much as the various instruments rock, I am loving his vocals. Falik seems to do everything well enough to make it his own.”

Joffi - Amiestreet.com

“Falik shows an ever deepening mastery of its dazzling world pop sound on Elvolution—a work that seamlessly melds influences from Bowie to belly dancing to the Irish bouzouki....[Falik] always maintains a stately pop grace and the exacting proportions of rhythm and melody for which he is known.”

“Electronica, dance, industrial redefined? And as much as the various instruments rock, I am loving his vocals. Falik seems to do everything well enough to make it his own.”

“Oddly dreamy yet passionately intense.”