Born in St. Louis, Missouri, the father-son duo between Fred Hilligardt and Adam Hilligardt displays their complementary talents and long experience without fail.
Fred was a songwriter for Motown Records back in the late 1970s, while his descendant is the second half of the Indie-Pop project, Neil and Adam. Together they’re creating original instrumental compositions as a durable source of joy.
Just hit the play button below and let your ears absorb their exquisite and smooth style.
Evidently, the composition kicks off with sexy sax melodies hard to ignore. In addition, the steady drums, the piano keys, and the bass are rich in tone and well-balanced.
One way or another, “Ages” transports you back to the smoky 1960s Jazz bar scene. Certainly, in virtue of this aspect, the duo’s main influences range from Miles Davis, Larry Carlton, Steely Dan to Bill Evans and Pat Metheny.
To shape the genre and give it more color, PostmodernGypsies experiment with a fusion of instruments.
After having spent a lot of hours in the studio and put a lot of soul into each piece, all the positive feedback has been rewarding for them. Over and above, they’ll be featured on ReverbNation’s homepage at the end of the month due to their magnificent skills.
An ignited passion results in purpose accomplishment.