Mega Jawn Review

by Beck Macey

Mega Jawn Review

Mega Jawn is the recent compilation brought together by A Day Without Love. To say it was exactly what I needed to welcome in the colder weather and wrap up the end to a long, dark, and quiet year, is an understatement. The songs range from classic rock-esq pieces such as ‘Facing the Future’ to more whimsical acoustic pieces like ‘Daylight’ ft. the twinkly vocals of Marcelyn. For the indie-emo minded individual I would totally recommend the track B.O.Y.S (which features Buck the Lackey) with its fun whiny vocals and electric guitar shreds, but basically, my take away from this comp is you can’t go wrong with a single track. Furthermore, I love how unpredictable this comp is, you never know what to expect as each track is unique from the next. Which seems to be the point that A Day Without Love is going for, as he describes his music as basically genre intersectional. Out of the 15 songs, I had a few favorites. The leading track Good for Me with Alexandra Kay Marsh is an exceptionally strong opener and I love the aux percussion featured throughout the piece and haunting echos within the vocalizations. Secondly, I also really enjoyed Meant to Be featuring the vocals of Juliet Eve, being a big fan of her other project Bad Sleeper, Eve’s vocals are always strong and melodic. Lastly, Fashit ft. Bartees Strange was my last favorite track. I absolutely loved the lyrics on this track, they felt revolutionary and purposeful. Mega Jawn is out on all streaming platforms as of December 4th so give it a listen if you’re up for it.

Mega Jawn Review

by Beck Macey

Mega Jawn Review

Mega Jawn is the recent compilation brought together by A Day Without Love. To say it was exactly what I needed to welcome in the colder weather and wrap up the end to a long, dark, and quiet year, is an understatement. The songs range from classic rock-esq pieces such as ‘Facing the Future’ to more whimsical acoustic pieces like ‘Daylight’ ft. the twinkly vocals of Marcelyn. For the indie-emo minded individual I would totally recommend the track B.O.Y.S (which features Buck the Lackey) with its fun whiny vocals and electric guitar shreds, but basically, my take away from this comp is you can’t go wrong with a single track. Furthermore, I love how unpredictable this comp is, you never know what to expect as each track is unique from the next. Which seems to be the point that A Day Without Love is going for, as he describes his music as basically genre intersectional. Out of the 15 songs, I had a few favorites. The leading track Good for Me with Alexandra Kay Marsh is an exceptionally strong opener and I love the aux percussion featured throughout the piece and haunting echos within the vocalizations. Secondly, I also really enjoyed Meant to Be featuring the vocals of Juliet Eve, being a big fan of her other project Bad Sleeper, Eve’s vocals are always strong and melodic. Lastly, Fashit ft. Bartees Strange was my last favorite track. I absolutely loved the lyrics on this track, they felt revolutionary and purposeful. Mega Jawn is out on all streaming platforms as of December 4th so give it a listen if you’re up for it.