CD REVIEW: Magic Beans by The smallest Creature

We are so excited to show you all the new full-length album from The smallest Creature called “Magic Beans”, which finds the band evolving from their previous albums to refine their sound into a new era. This alternative rock group has released “Magic Beans”, a bold album not at all what you might expect.  We hear about love, compassion, man’s struggle to be admired, and to find meaning. Isn’t that what we’re all seeking, a meaning to all of this? We all have so many questions for ourselves, about ourselves, that we are often left wondering with more confusion than answers. The smallest Creature tries to help guide us to seek answers within ourselves, to receive answers from above. 

Their sound gives us a lot of similarities to Pink Floyd, which is a pretty big rock group to be compared to – but one listen will give the impression that Pink Floyd may have been a big influence in creating their sound and journey for this album. Poetry and purpose all rolled into one for our ears to hear. 

We wanted to single out one track that really stood out to us, and that’s Would You Blink. Starting off with gently building sounds, Would You Blink relies on a playful bassline and settled drums that leads to a very dark place, an environment of darkness with potential for awakenings. There are literal chills as we speak because this song rings so close to us. 

We encourage you to give The smallest Creature a try with their new album, “Magic Beans” and we want you to tell us what you think below!

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by Javier Zepeda

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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