The Emberlight, a four-man-band lead by Andy Rosko, is something to be impressed with. These guys have the
production and sound more than taken care of, despite being independent, and are now in need of fans. Swinging in-between
the genres of electronica rock and power-pop, sounding like a Christian version of Cobra Starship. Stemming from their
energetic and fun sound, this four song EP has a lot to offer. Anyone jamming to Don't You Love It will more than
likely find themselves dancing, especially to "Headset Radio." Approaching the lyrics with a "rebel without a cause"
attitude, they seem a bit simplified at times. Other times, however, the words have a larger appeal. Case in point,
"Hypocritical" is a haunting, yet electrified, song which speaks about the fallacies of being two-faced - with the trite
phrase "Do as I say, not as I do" echoing long after the song ends. Depth aside, I still could not help wishing for
a full-length album instead. Overall, The Emberlight is a noteworthy indie and look forward to another release.
- Review date: 2/18/09, written by Zachary Anderson of Jesusfreakhideout.com