The indie scene in NYC is on a tear right now. Quality content coming from all boroughs. Independent acts like Brasstracks are building big time buzz out in BK. Homies like S’natra are holding it down in Harlem. Can’t forget about the burbs too. Richard Andrew is Outasight, a one man band from Yonkers who seems poised to drop a game-changing upcoming album, “Big Trouble”, independently this October (23rd) on his own RPM Records.
We got a glimpse of the project this weekend with the early release of album-titled “Big Trouble”, a peppy pop meets funk anthem that has the potential for mass appeal. Funky guitar chords, bursting background horns and sprightly vocals take the listener on a carefree 3 minute journey, while brilliantly juxtaposing a hook that predicts impeding trouble. If this one accurately represents what is to come from the full project, it’s safe to say Outasight isn’t in any trouble at all.
Pre-order “Big Trouble” on iTunes here.