Review: "Everything" - Ethan Senger
“Everything” is a dreamy introspective perspective on regret, piecing together what ifs and maybe ifs. Senger is upbeat and reflective, kicking himself for not making all the right decisions, but not tumbling into a pit of despair. His beautiful guitar work, revered by industry tastemakers as virtuosic and brimming with talent, Senger taps into the indie pop-rock boxes, adding his own emotional urgency and contemplation. Senger’s raw emotional punch as he belts his heart out before he ultimately moves on creates a thrilling musical experience.
A song from his new EP, Standing Still, “Everything” was built with an army of big names in the industry: produced & mixed by Andy D. Park and mastered by Grammy Award winners Greg Calbi and Steven Fallone of Sterling Sound. But besides the beautiful guitars that many notice, Senger’s charismatic voice combined with his heart-on-his-sleeve lyricality demonstrates his mature artistry in evoking powerful emotions that listeners can’t help but understand and relate to. The beautiful shimmering guitars that drive the song's rhythm are infectious and at an unmatched energy, showing, once again, Senger's masterful guitar work.
Ethan Senger is the new wave indie rock equivalent to Springsteen. Born and raised in Atlanta, his talent with guitar is unmatched, and he’s clear to become an icon in the making. Singing and performing shows around seven years old, he wrote and recorded pop-rock fusion tunes in his late teens. After his 2020 self-titled EP, his sophomore EP Standing Still explores the relatable themes of unresolved emotional wounds from childhood, feigned indifference, and stagnancy due to fear of failure from the ever-increasingly worldly distractions of his always-plugged-in generation.
Written By Megan Cao
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