Rhett May and his latest released CD "Calcutta Boy" gives the music listening world just a tasty hint of what he has to offer. The Australian native, who has opened shows for bands as big as Queen, wrote and recorded his latest disc at his home studio. His sound is hard to define as these four selections all feature a wide variety of influences, but it all molds together for a great album. "Little White Powder Under Your Nose" is a harmonious arrangement with impressive and well written lyrics about cocaine use. His experiences touring takes an evident role in the song "Have Your Arms Been Missing Me" with its lush Freddie Mercury type vocals and melody. Overall, "Calcutta Boy" is a good album and listeners will be looking forward to hearing his full length album.
-Shaun H. and the RadioIndy Reviewer Team
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