We featured Adian Coker 4 years ago when he released Angels & Demons and, later, Gaza. We’re not much older and much wiser and Coker is still making great music. Unfortunately, we were late on the uptake for his last release but that takes nothing away from its quality. Connect is rambunctious in style with Adian bursting into life from the the opening track, “Memories”. But it’s through the rest of the EP where Coker finds his stride and never slows the tempo.
Personal faves: Wide Shut and Nothing New.