More rock and roll than recent efforts, Golden Coast gets more aggro on their dance-rock tip in "Make Ya Move."
The Cali based group has always had a penchant for music best heard in a sunny setting. Whether it's headed to the beach, chilling at a deck party, or taking part in a volleyball montage, their electronic meets pop-rock sound has always been about good vibes and catchy rhythms. In "Make Ya Move," however, they channel a surf rock aesthetic not necessarily heard in other releases: a move which, in all honesty, works well for them.
By ushering in a more focused, indie rock and roll power, Golden Coast demonstrates a very mature level of control and makes them stand out among other indie musicians vying for the same spotlight. It demonstrates a well-roundedness and the notion that they're, perhaps, not a one trick pony. Sure - releases like "Recess" and "Comeback Kid" may play to the kids who just want more of the same, which is an easy route to play, but "Make Ya Move" shows there's more bubbling under the surface.
This song is killer.