Delusions of Grandeur
Carnival Air Tight ExperimentCarnival
Don't Lead Me On Air Tight ExperimentDon't Lead Me On
Only One Air Tight ExperimentOnly One
Goodbye Air Tight ExperimentGoodbye
Sheen Air Tight ExperimentSheen
You & I Air Tight ExperimentYou & I
Everybody Air Tight ExperimentEverybody
Sing Air Tight ExperimentSing
J.A.B. Air Tight ExperimentJ.A.B.
by Tim Wenger, Colorado Music Buzz
Air Tight Experiment has dropped their awaited full-length Delusions of Grandeur, serving up a beguiling fusion of alternative and classic rock. Led by the sturdy vocals of Dan Levin, the group keeps the record easy to listen to, but modern enough that it has a bit of a catchy edge. Bands such as Maroon 5, Foo Fighters, and the classic rock of the ’80s come to mind when listening to the record.
What makes it even more appealing is that, while featuring guitar and bass, keys, backing vocals and a looper, Air Tight Experiment is made up of only two full-time members. While there are a few guest musicians on the disc, Devon Kurzweil does a fantastic job as a multi-instrumentalist. The guitar solos, when needed, add a touch of rock star flair to the songs. Of the nine on the album, “Sheen” stood out as the most unique, featuring slower vocal lines and tempo, and drums to accompany. The song also features the best guitar solo on the entire album, and long to boot.
5.0 out of 5 stars—July 11 2013 By Music Lover – Published on Amazon.com
Delusions of Grandeur? These guys rock! Wow, what a great album. Definitely a must have for people looking for modern fusion rock with alt-rock, funk, jazz and world influences. “Don’t Lead Me On” and “You & I” are the two standout tracks, but the entire album is a nice ride through some real fresh scenery of new rock.