Daniel Ruiz’ Ecstasy Queen is Added to Sounds Good Spotify Playlist

“This week’s playlist is called Ecstasy Queen, named after the superb new single from Daniel Ruiz. The slightly dusty guitar riffs and the Alex Turner-ish croons make us feel like part of a Western, so thank you Daniel for that.”

– Sounds Good, [1/14/19]

“This week’s playlist is called Ecstasy Queen, named after the superb new single from Daniel Ruiz. The slightly dusty guitar riffs and the Alex Turner-ish croons make us feel like part of a Western, so thank you Daniel for that.”…full article

– Sounds Good, [1/14/19]

Hot Lunch Music Features Daniel Ruiz’ “Ecstasy Queen”

“The artwork is a perfect depiction of what you’re about to check out.  “Ecstasy Queen” is a dark and psychedelic tune that utilizes a combination of surf rock and jazz vibes that create a moody atmosphere.  The vocal timbre could be comparable to Julian Casablanca or even certain Tom Waits tunes in terms of performance.  The production is lo-fi and could be for fans of early Growlers material such as Chinese Fountain but with superior musicianship.”

– Hot Lunch Music, [1/9/19]

“The artwork is a perfect depiction of what you’re about to check out.  “Ecstasy Queen” is a dark and psychedelic tune that utilizes a combination of surf rock and jazz vibes that create a moody atmosphere.  The vocal timbre could be comparable to Julian Casablanca or even certain Tom Waits tunes in terms of performance.  The production is lo-fi and could be for fans of early Growlers material such as Chinese Fountain but with superior musicianship.”…full article

– Hot Lunch Music, [1/9/19]

Daniel Ruiz’ “Ecstasy Queen” Makes Mystic Sons’ New Music Discovery

“Spanish singer-songwriter channels the wistful sound of modern day Arctic Monkeys for this psychedelic new swoon.”

– Mystic Sons [1/7/19]

“Spanish singer-songwriter channels the wistful sound of modern day Arctic Monkeys for this psychedelic new swoon.”…full article

– Mystic Sons [1/7/19]

Here Comes The Flood Features “Ecstasy Queen” by Daniel Ruiz

“Barcelona based singer-songwriter Daniel Ruiz signed a deal with Santa Rosa Records. The Texas label got him in touch with Jesse Gilmore to take care of the mastering of his new single Ecstasy Queen, a song about a drug-riddled dancer/drug dealer to got him into serious trouble. Júlia Martín lended him a hand, playing drums. Note the vintage organ part and loud but sad electric guitars. It’s one of those songs that will make listeners reach for the bottle and other mind-numbing products.”

– Here Comes the Flood, [1/5/19]

“Barcelona based singer-songwriter Daniel Ruiz signed a deal with Santa Rosa Records. The Texas label got him in touch with Jesse Gilmore to take care of the mastering of his new single Ecstasy Queen, a song about a drug-riddled dancer/drug dealer to got him into serious trouble. Júlia Martín lended him a hand, playing drums. Note the vintage organ part and loud but sad electric guitars. It’s one of those songs that will make listeners reach for the bottle and other mind-numbing products.”…full article

– Here Comes the Flood, [1/5/19]

Santa Rosa Records Tops Two Story Melody’s 13 Best Indie Music Blogs to Submit to in 2019

“Santa Rosa records is a Texas-based indie label, publishing company, recording studio, and curator of obscure music from around the globe and across all genres.

The selection of music in this blog is fabulous. Each post is concise and to the point. There is also a section dedicated to interviews exploring artist’s creative processes in more detail.

If you are an artist and have something you think Santa Rosa Records would dig, shoot it their way.”

Two Story Melody, [1/2/19]

“Santa Rosa records is a Texas-based indie label, publishing company, recording studio, and curator of obscure music from around the globe and across all genres.

The selection of music in this blog is fabulous. Each post is concise and to the point. There is also a section dedicated to interviews exploring artist’s creative processes in more detail.

If you are an artist and have something you think Santa Rosa Records would dig, shoot it their way.”…Full Article

Two Story Melody, [1/2/19]