Bongo Boy Records Releases ‘Howl~O~Grim Vaz 1 by Various Ghouls and Goblins’
On 10.12.18 Bongo Boy Records Released 'Howl~O~Grim Vaz 1 by Various Ghouls and Goblins'. Emidio Vaz and Monique Grimme ( Bongo Boy Music Group) are very honored to represent behind the album cover so much talent and spooky excited as Halloween is for both of them their favorite Holiday Season. Here are some album reviews by 3 magazines which was eblasted out to thousands of their subscribers on 10.11.18. There are numerous accolades for the other artist but here's Gyps"
"The tension of Gypsy Carns’ “Moon & Stars” offers an eerie sort of timeless folk. Raw and ragged, the sound has a haunting beauty to it. From the stretched-out guitar work to the loose percussion everything possesses an otherworldly charm."
"Bongo Boys Records' has done it again with another variety offering for the howliday season this one being of course HALLOWEEN! That is right, "Howl-O-Grim Vaz 1 by Various Ghouls and Goblins! This time, it containing an array of tracks, one of which being a cover, while all the rest are complete originals! Other tracks off this release of a variety would likely be such as "Moon and Stars" by Gyspy Cams, their intro of this particular track is just off putting that it draws you in if that makes sense. It then tends to creep up on you, creating this build up, that it slowly but surely gets there, as this track is purely instrumental. No vocals provided at all, making it rather unique and very original on it's own.
Various Ghouls & GoblinsHowl~O~Grim Vaz 1
Oct 11, 2018-Rebecca Cullen
"Freshly compiled and ready to get you making the most of the spooky season, Howl~O~Grim Vaz 1 is a pretty unmissable album if you’re even a little set on embracing Halloween this year. Angeles take on the absolute classic that isMonster Mash to kick the project off, loaded with colour and character, organic musical brightness and a perfect sense of uplifting rhythm – it’s a great version that pays a crisp and modern tribute to the unforgettable original.
Gypsy Carns follow and introduce a touch of organic, tribal and experimental musicality with Moon & Stars – a fascinating song that offers something of a gritty and atmospheric bit of instrumental Americana or country rock. The intensity and pace rise throughout in a brilliantly compelling and rightfully quite unsettling fashion."