Stevie Ross’s debut Something In Wonderland just dropped and it’s worth checking out
Vancouver, BC – Although he shows promise as one of Vancouver’s budding up-and-comers, Stevie Ross is no novice in the scene. He’s been making music for over a decade, distributing his talents between singing, songwriting and producing and has finally come to some industry recognition with his debut release. Ross has been low-key with his musical approach, over 2016 dropping a few gems on Soundcloud and lending a stunning feature to bsharp label affiliate Brevner’s BREVNER EP but his debut project Something In Wonderland speaks volumes in setting him apart from his peers.
Ross strolls an alternate avenue with his recent collection of tracks. Something In Wonderland is not a hip-hop album. It’s a new-soul, feel-good project filled with depth, honesty, an overall charismatic vibe and a touch of pop appeal. Recorded five years ago with the help of producer Aaron Hamblin, Ross showcases his unflawed writing skills and effortless delivery throughout the seven track project. It’s hard not to adore his heart-on-your-sleeve approach with lyrics like “I might seem down on my luck but it’s only ’cause I’m down on my buck / Just know I’m a soul who’s intentions are good / I’ll gift wrap the globe, I’ll give you the world” from the album’s lead single “Gift Wrap The Globe.”
Something In Wonderland is a soundtrack to the good guy’s journey through life and love and Stevie Ross successfully bares tracks that hit you right in your soul. Exactly where he intended. Check out Something In Wonderland on iTunes here and Apple Music.