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Seedy Ease

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"Seedy Ease Live Review"

"Quite entertaining, with a good crowd response. When you can get a crowd doing anything other than standing around with their hands in their pockets, nodding politely then you're doing something well.
The Love Song has a guitar line that will likely get stuck right in your head, but it's a pretty good one so you won't mind. 'Don't we all just love a love song' -- this is true. Everyone needs a good love songs playlist or mixtape in their collection." - Two Way Monologues - Two Way Monologues

"Seedy Ease Live Review"

These guys were crowd pleasers, out to make us dance with their uplifting music and charisma. Mission accomplished. Immediate audience reaction. -

"Seedy Ease Live Review"

Wonderful ballads with a classic rock feel - the kinds of songs that you can sing along. - Canada Jams

"Fan Review"

Nice album. Thanks. (A note sent with a ten dollar bill from an anonymous fan) - Fan


Symphonies of Yesterday - 2007



Is the second major project from Canadian musician Daniel Brooks. It is a new vision of music not only for Daniel, but for a new music industry and global audience. In building his vision Daniel called upon his former bandmate (Shaker), drummer Rob Butcher to add his amazing talent and mind-blowing stage presence. In selectively seeking experienced style, Hollie Stevenett joined the duo on bass guitar, completing the charismatic triangle.
Seedy Ease's innovative sound and creative direction maintains a philosphy to be ever evolving. It is more than a band, or an album. Rather, it is a collective of artistic contributors and ultimately a new movement in the way people experience music.
Seedy Ease continues to welcome special guests such as Dustan Louque of Lousiana's 'Louque' to their live show and curated events, where the audience can become a part of the collaborative way their music is made.

was born along side the title track, a collaboration between Seedy Ease singer/songwriter Daniel Brooks and close friend Dustan Louque. Louque, already recognized for his songwriting talent, had a sheet of lyrics but little music to go with it. This lit the spark, and thus started Daniel's home studio and Seedy Ease itself.
Having spent the past year exploring and observing life in New York City, Daniel wanted to capture some of the grand feelings and delicious moments he'd encountered.
"I wanted to blend the essence of my emotions and experiences with a particular sound that I thought was missing from the music I was surrounded by. Like walking over the bridges and looking at the skyline, or the feeling of simultaneously existing in both the history and the future. You feel excited and nervous - much like the feeling before going on stage, actually. You can hear this paradox in the delay soaked guitar parts in Love Song and Symphonies"
Although Symphonies of Yesterday is an energetic album, detailed with impressive musicianship, the romantic idea of sipping wine on a terrace under the moon was the synopsis for the overall feel of it. 'Moonlit terrace pop-rock' best describes the album and the feeling it projects.