By: Seamus Fay
It’s always a pleasant sight to see that Rothstein is back with new music, and today, in a consistent fashion, the MA native fulfills this with two new tracks entitled “Carnations” alongside Teddybear and “Menthol”. Pairing up with Ricky Sour on the boards for each of the two, these delicately smooth offerings bring us directly into the world of such a promising talent, showing listeners the way around using crisp cadences and vivid lyricism. As always, Rothstein’s music is as addictive as it gets, and with the one-two punch of “Carnations” and “Menthol”, this couldn’t be truer.
By releasing these songs together, we get an inside look into the way that the budding artist glides over melodic production, and further so, how he uses the sparkling atmosphere of sound in a way complementary to his strengths. Rothstein is putting on a clinic in terms of both vocals and delivery, so in this case, I’m just going to let the quality of the music speak for itself. Talent is talent, and Rothstein knows just how to use it.
Listen to “Menthol” and “Carnations” at the link below: