The Alright Maybes
Rock & Roll with style, glamour, and grace
ROCK AT NIGHT SAYS: The Alright Maybes’ song “Kurt” takes you back to the retro 70s sound–think Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders. The song has a moderate groove and Angela Reinhart’s pure, clear voice carries a tone similar to Olivia Newton-John’s voice in some phrasings. Let’s not forget the slick lead guitar solo and trippy bass and drum beat.
“The Man That Played the Part” displays sweet sounding vocals, nice descending notes in the chorus, and choppy electric guitar rhythms producing an almost psych rock or dreamy feel. Again, there’s guitar solos and plenty of alt rock and pop appeal. We are looking forward to hearing more from this intriguing band!
Summer has officially arrived, and with it a new song from Chicago’s The Alright Maybes that you’ll be blasting at every barbecue, beach hang, and late night drive for the next few months. The warmth of the guitars and bouncy shuffle of the drums will bring a smile to your sun-dappled face every time you hear it.
The band have created a beautiful retro sound, straight from the 60’s with a modern twist. Angela Reinhart’s vocals pop in a way you don’t often hear in current music. It’s so out front and crystal clear, providing a point of focus that draws you into the song. I find it very reminiscent of another wonderful Chicago band, Gold Motel.
With a heavy influence from Motown and the shimmering sounds of disco and 70’s AM radio, The Alright Maybes also bring a bit of the early 2000’s guitar dynamic into the fold. It’s an interesting combination of old sounds and new that makes for a very rich listening experience. There’s a fun bit of production at the beginning and throughout that gives the whole thing a, spacey feel right out of an old sci-fi B movie.” - Josh Terzino
This is the work of Angela Reinhart (Lead Vocals), Luke Ray (Guitar and Vocals), Julian Daniell (Drums and Vocals), and Aidan Epstein (Bass).”
Chicago poppy rock quartet The Alright Maybes say goodbye to a relationship on their new single Gone. It's all done in very good taste, with lead singer Angela Reinhart adding a bit of jazz swing. It could be mistaken for a long lost track from the Swinging London era. Note the adventurous middle-eight before going into overdrive to bring it home.