Article originally published on January 26, 2008
January 26, 2008
In Cast Iron Letters, Adam Zwig takes a stylistically different approach to music. His overriding concern, like any other musician, is to communicate; however, the music is a method that seemingly comes secondary to the message. Now, that's not saying that Zwig's music seems secondary or even second-rate, because it's certainly not. It's just that Zwig is almost musically astylish. Even if this reviewer hadn't read the extensive artist notes about his music, specifically the decision to pursue blues and folk in lieu of rock music, I still would have noticed how Zwig's music doesn't fit into any stylistic niche.
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