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Ace Enders "One More Song" Reviewed

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I’ve loved Ace Enders and all hundred and one of his musical projects since the beginning.  I remember seeing him with Ace Enders And A Million Different People back when I was much much younger.  His latest endeavor, I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody’s Business, is brilliant and though I’ve grown out of it a bit, that doesn’t mean I don’t still love his music.  He released a somewhat bizarre acoustic sort-of music video for a song titled “One More Song” and called it a “test”.  Well, I decided to test it out.

First off, his guitar playing skills were enough for me to just be absolutely hooked.  He plays with such ease and skill, and the sound of it is so beautiful.  It’s just him and a guitar, which is so simplistic, but he makes it really interesting.  His voice is ridiculously dynamic.  I love how it can go from raspy or scratchy to clear and crisp and smooth.  Notes that a lot of male singers would have to move into falsetto for, Ace belts with conviction.  There’s not enough belting in the alt/indie music scene, and unless you’re Brendon Urie, it’s for good reason, but I really had no idea that Ace had this in him.  It feels so raw and emotional that the intense vocals just really fit with everything.
As for the lyrics, it’s all about him wanting to “be the guy that’s on the radio”.  “I don’t write another song that no one will hear” is a common lament, and he uses a catchy and beautiful song to express it.  The funny thing is, I could absolutely hear this song on the radio.  That bit of irony is what really makes this hit home.
“I wanna hear everyone’s voice telling me, ‘one more song,'” he exclaims.  I’m sure that’ll come soon enough, Ace.

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