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hooyoosay is not a band actually, though it is presented as a band.
It's a project of writing, playing, recording and releasing music.
The contributors have chosen not to be credited, and some may vary with each recording.
They take part merely because they enjoy it.
- Album "In Dekay"
- Single "My Obsession"
- Single "Don't You Lie To Me"
- Single "Come On"
- EP "Googly Goo"
- EP "The Wrong Kind Of People"
- Album "The Bluesy Ones"
- Single "There's Love In Town"
- Single "Palm Tree In My Garden"
- EP "Mountain Air"
- Single "Emotionless We Said Goodbye".
Music with a roots flavor. Always gentle, never too heavy.
Fun pop, soft rock, roots rock, bluesy country, easy listening, synth pop, light entertainment, middle of the road.
By Rick Jamm, July 10, 2016.
The music of the hooyoosay, for me, has always been a futuristic retro-pop narcotic. Their summer track, “Palm Tree In My Garden” is yet another bittersweet pill to pop for society’s financially stable, but emotionally unstable, middle-to-high class, chauvinistic leprechauns. The track has been slated as “a happy beach-pool-summer fun song”. Esthetically and sonically yes, but on the inside it launches a…
"Palm tree in my garden" by hooyoosay sounds like a happy beach-pool-summer fun song, and offers a cocktail of pop, R&B, rap, alternative, funk, and a bluesy, vintage 70's feel.
It deals with the topic of having all the wealth and popularity in the world, but then perhaps being a bit on the losing side as for true friendship.
Brett Stewart reviewed and wrote:
Like their past creations, ‘Palm Tree In My Garden’ is chock-full of personality. I love the…
"There's love in town" is the title of the latest single by hooyoosay.
It is soft pop and synth pop, revival and retro, transmitting a strong 80's vibe.
It's a ballad dealing with the love-seeking topic, evoking a night time atmosphere, and a hopeful, expectant mood... tonight there's love in town! …
In an era where artists are categorized into a million and one genres and twice as many sub-genres, along come hooyoosay. What exactly do you call them? Part of the magic of this band is that you can’t label them with anything that exists at this time – they’re far too retro… or far too…