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Colin Onderdonk - Proximity Effect

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Colin Ondernonk has an unusual voice, which fits because the music he's created for the EP Proximity Effect is also unusual. He's only 18 years old, and from Texas - although you wouldn't likely guess this from the sound of his songs, nor the depth of his lyrics.

Stylistically, Proximity Effect often sounds like chamber pop. For instance, one titled "Walls" features plenty of formal sounding violin. Ondernonk is a deeply spiritual young man. However, the songs he's released on this brief outing cannot be likened to more simplistic contemporary Christian music. Instead, he's a little like a musical philosopher that has a sincere belief in God. Only one of these songs seems to speak directly about God, that being "Savior's Hand."

This set of tracks doesn't sound much like contemporary pop music. There is little that can be misconstrued as R&B, nor does the music rock out. Instead, it is filled with sophisticated, thoughtful pop music.

If Ondernonk is this skilled, this young, he's certainly worth keeping an eye on as he grows deeper into his adulthood.

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Colin Onderdonk - Proximity Effect
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