Culture Shocker: Roadstar

William Steffey takes music to a whole new level with an eccentric mixture of electronica and smooth rock. He’s seemed to have written the soundtrack for the millennium. A sound that would complement a trip to the moon as easily as it sets the mood for a road trip across country. The cultivation of the 80’s, punk and Moby have created a unique sound for this underground artist. With creative lyrics and envisionary studio work, this album is worth a listen to for anyone who likes to ride the wave of new musical forms before everyone else.

-Yolanda Best

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