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The Snake (January 2012)

With the new year, comes a new set of digital singles from The Snake.  The tracks all range in genre and boast diverse geographic origins.  Briefly, I would like to take the time, now, to present January’s collection.  Everyone at The Snake would like to extend a warm thank you to the artists involved and to the readers.


We’ll Never Be Alone

We’ll Never Be Alone by One Desire   (January 8, 2012) *

While 5 Songs for No One played like a mixed bag of emotion, We’ll Never Be Alone offers a cohessive statement on emotional integrity.  Patiently contained until the proper explosive moment, One Desire has, possibly without knowing, made the step from catchy (beat up) pop writing to conceptual fluidity.  Standing in defense of the acoustic scene, the album shows strength in vulnerability and a perseverance that inspires.


5 Songs for No One

5 Songs for No One by One Desire   (July 8, 2011)

One Desire (as emoted by their name) is a soft, passionate acoustic group working out of the mutual lust for music.  Their songs are hurt and twisted yet beautifully melodic.  It’s around 1:20 on ‘One You Lost’ that you become really sold on this groups talent, only to have that feeling re-solidified when the drums (which sound like table smacks typical of bedroom music) enter the scene.  Continue on the journey.