Musician/lyricist Gabe Rosales' first solo release, "Vital Nonsense," is jammed packed with an abundance of an energetic fusion of Hip-Hop and hard rock. The first track of the album, "Shrodingers Experiment," is a beautiful acoustic guitar piece with Latin flair. There is a wild ride to this disc as it delves into diverse styles with enthusiastic prowess. With the style of a sharp and easy flowing rhymer, "Th Ministry" and "Southside Freedom" has a chill out feel with beats that seep cleverly into your soul. The maximum head banging fury on "This Day" and "Building 7" runs full throttle as the sinister vocals scream to the driving beats. Changing up the genre, "Won't Get None" has funky bass grooves, striking synth hits, and driving word play. Smooth and sultry, "Star" and "Ashes to Clay" charm the listener with their warm and sensuous Latin tonality. If you are looking for something with diversity, creativity, and uniqueness within one album, then Gabe Rosales' "Vital Nonsense" is just the right one with its versatility to play a range of music.
-Diane and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
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