Steven James Wylie is now releasing his most sincere and well-crafted batch of songs with the EP "Everything I Love" (Red Cabin Entertainment). The 5-song release is an uplifting and intimate collection of sophisticated pop.
Wylie’s work draws inspiration from the poetic emotionality of 1990s Seattle alt-rock, the storyteller heritage of country music, and the gorgeously haunting atmospherics of ambient music. His unique aesthetic has garnered favorable comparisons to such diverse artists as Pearl Jam, Peter Gabriel, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Willie Nelson, and Dave Matthews.
As a child, Wylie grew up in Spokane, Washington, surrounded by Seattle’s 1990s alt music revolution. That music would prove to be his foundation as he explored his musicality until real estate development consumed his life. During the transitional period after the demise of the company—when he was living in his parent’s basement—country videos reawakened his dormant creativity. Those two vehicles of expression would be the bedrock of Wylie’s creative resurrection.
Three LP’s, one EP, and various singles, have brought Wylie to the mature and masterful expression that appears on Everything I Love. The EP represents the optimum balance and integration of his formative inspirations to showcase a true Steven James Wylie aesthetic.
On Everything I Love, Wylie writes about faith, family, friends, and everyday life struggles with a tone that is spiritually centered and empowering. On the shimmering Americana of the EP title track he writes with sweet resilience of that transformative time back living his parent’s basement. On the track he sings such lines: These are the things that you can’t take away/The simple joys of living, that God gave me today.These are the things that you can’t take away.
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