RedHook, Turn Up The Stereotype Review
RedHook is a Sydney based band that has developed a sound by combining rock, electro pop and rap. The group officially released their debut single “Minute On Fire” in June of 2018, which has exploded on YouTube with over 1.8 million streams and ignited the airwaves across Australia’s top national and community radio stations. The band is fronted by Emmy Mack and along with band-mate Craig Wilkinson, the two are the nucleus songwriters. The lyrics focus on meaningful stories and the songs pull from influences of metal, rock, pop, rap and electronica. Mack has a versatile voice and the band keeps things rock solid around her. RedHook is releasing their second single and next chapter in their chronological music video series, “Turn Up The Stereotype.” The band maintains a heavy sound with influences of rap and electronica. Furthermore, this track has nice balance of motion, aggression and shifts in sound. That’s the short of it!
Turn Up The Stereotype
Turn Up The Stereotype (singel)
Release Date: October 25, 2018
Preeminent songwriting with a balance of cogent aggression and well-constructed sections that breath. Mack’s vocals offer a signature strength as a front person. Nice heavy guitar riffs.