Megan Landry is rapidly becoming a force to be reckoned with. I’m not just saying that now, I also said it two years ago with our review of her 2015 album ‘Stills’. That album, by the way, made it on our ’25 Best Indie Albums of 2015′ list. But since then, Megan has done what most artists consider privately unthinkable. She evolved. I say that most artists seem to consider evolving unthinkable because, let’s face it, most artists stick either with what they know or with what works for them. There’s nothing wrong with that, however, evolving is growth. And Megan shows a sheer evolution of revolution with her new outing titled ‘Socio-Political Trilogy’.
This time around, she mixes and melds genres with her already diverse repertoire in the form of some industrial with deep melodies in a seamless blend of styles that literally make her hard to place in any music catalog yet still shows a strong place in any music library.
To be honest, my only complaint is that it is too short. But that is the mark of a true artist. Leave them wanting more.