By Rachel Skotarczyk | December 20th, 2012
Integrity can’t be read like a cover, rather, it’s a keen sense that something good lies beneath it. Integrity hooks us somewhere on a subconscious level, beckoning us from between the lines — it’s the difference between a lasting impression and a fluke.
Hailing from Brooklyn, Dangerous Cans may not have snagged me at first. I thought his tracks interesting, not captivating, yet I marked his submission as ‘unread,’ and over the past 2 weeks I periodically re-visted his SoundCloud page to listen, each time finding a new sense of something special.
There’s heart and soul squeezing out between all those fuzzed-out layers on “Feel Something,” and it’s speaking to feelings I can’t quite put a finger on. More so a gritty ballad than a pop track, I urge you to listen until the end. If the piano break doesn’t take you over like slow moving honey and make you feel something (pun intended), I would wonder where your sensitivities had gone.