Just as the Sun
AutoCharm release their 2nd album on Rubber Taxi Records entitled "Just as the Sun". Included on the album are the recently released electro pop singles "Supernatural" and "Toasting my Life" which were quickly followed up by the more Soulful House of "Who Am I" and "At Last". Along with these tracks they offer another three Soulful Groovers in the form of the Funky ripper "No Life" which should be best listened to whilst driving very fast ! Next up is "Right on People" with its bouncy groove and soaring vocals. We are also treated to the lush tones of a little Latin tinged Loungin House on the track "Just As The Sun". After this they start to take the tempo down on the Bensonesque "Shoulda Been Love" with torch song vocals and a smooth and soulful backing track. Lastly we have the Dubby chillout of "Heaven Helps" with a guest performance from Scotland's top bluesman Al Brown with a dreamy guitar solo at the end.
All in all the album offers the listener a varied experience without diverting to much from their Soul/Funk/Disco roots.