Tag Archives: brice sedgwick

Words and Music : California Dreaming with Brice Sedgwick

We recently sat down for a chat with emerging Australian artist Brice Sedgwick, about his two smooth and splendid releases to date, his Californian dreaming, the evolution of his music and what the future holds for him. On both Pacifico … Continue reading

Posted in indie-pop, pop, soul, Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Venice EP –  Brice Sedgwick (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

The west coast of America, and California in particular has been described in music many times, from the Beach Boys harmonious surf pop to the hippy haze of The Mamas and The Papas, the slick acoustic rock of The Eagles … Continue reading

Posted in alt-pop, dance, hip-hop, pop, Uncategorized | Tagged | 1 Comment

Pacifico – Brice Sedgwick (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

You could make a good argument for the fact that whilst guitar music seems to have undergone constant evolution, been pushed and pulled in all directions and warped and twisted into new forms, in the name of contemporary music, the … Continue reading

Posted in alt-pop, electronica, hip-hop, indie-pop, pop, Uncategorized | Tagged | 2 Comments