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Adam Richman - The Patience EP 
By Eric Bodrero

Allentown, Pennsylvania-born Adam Richman draws his rather bizarre assortment of influences from Michael Jackson, Nine Inch Nails, and The Monkees, among others. A piano and guitar player since elementary school, Adam considers himself a “mad scientist” of rock, playing every instrument himself, and concocting and assimilating layers of guitar and vocals and mixing everything on a computer. The sound, consequentially, are memorable, pop-driven anthems and sincere, true-to-heart vocals.

Twenty-two year old Adam Richman was less than thrilled with college (sounds familiar), and The Patience EP is a result of a passion that ran deeper than biology and student centers. The EP is a quick little five-song, acoustic guitar-heavy little ditty, with a splash of Elliot Smith and Guster to be found in the vocals and songwriting. 

The songs float along with a placid demeanor, never resting on there own merits, but never overpowering the listener. Every track leads you in a visceral, distinct direction, leaving you with varying moods, from the contemplative melancholy of “Patience and Science” and “Asleep”, to the bouncy anxiety of “What’s Gone Ain’t Gone” and “Broken Glass.” 

Every song from the full length Patience and Science will be posted to adamrichman.com up to its release on April 19th. I recommend you check it out and make yourself familiar with this fresh up-and-comer.
 



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