#Cultural Vultures #TheSupremeTeam Artist Name: Cultural Vultures Who are you? Danny has a knack for highlighting both the yin and yang of life and love. Where are you from? Since that debut, Cultural Vultures have released three studio albums, including 2017’s Zero History and last year’s Avarice. Along the way he has connected with hundreds of thousands of fans around the globe with tracks like “Surreal Sister,” “Catch Hell for Comfort” and “Mechanical Savior.”
Danny makes music that is deeply personal yet at the same time cinematic and larger than life. Lyrically he uses visual and often cryptic poetry to tell tales of souls both lost and found. On Cultural Vulture tracks like Avarice‘s “The Greater Fool” and “All or Nothing” he spins personal memory and social commentary into a single visceral narrative.
Musically, the Cultural Vultures sound draws influences from a broad range of artists and styles. Schneider’s penchant for multipart harmonies and orchestral string arrangements draw easy comparisons to the likes of Beach Boys and The Beatles. His natural singing voice too bares more than a passing resemblance to that of John Lennon. And like Mr. Ono, on tracks like Zero History’s “Love Contradict” and “Stay,” Danny has a knack for highlighting both the yin and yang of life and love. How can we follow you? music.apple.com/us/album/catch-hell-for-comfort/1287697093?i=1287697100 Song Title: Catch Hell for Comfort Listen to Cultural Vultures: music.apple.com/us/album/catch-hell-for-comfort/1287697093?i=1287697100 Source: supremepr.us/