TRACK REVIEW: Cortney Dixon – Bang Bang Honey Honey | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

Narc. Magazine Online

Reliably informed

Cortney Dixon has an addictively unique voice, and the layers of guitar on this piece really heighten her use of her vocals as an instrument to compliment the rest of the soundscape. Most of the final vocals on this single are taken from Dixon’s original demo, which is extremely impressive given how confident the vocals sound against the instrumental backdrop.

Bang Bang Honey Honey is the definition of fun-driven pop elevated with indie rock and guitars. It’s cheeky, positive and a great listen, with the glimpses of heavier riffs giving an insight as to how far Dixon can go down this new rockier path. Towards the end of the track the piece moves from pop to a heavier rock sound, and the vocals get more and more confident. I’m excited to see what this progression will bring Dixon in future singles.


Like this story? Share it!

Subscribe to our mailout