With a guitar in his hand and a strong will, Paul Bibbins has made his own way as an artist. He has a voice that stands out in the business.
A four-track EP called “Disenchantment At A Distance,” Bibbins’s most recent work, was just released. He is from Dallas, Texas, and he breaks the rules of traditional rock music to create an era of uniqueness and high-energy performance.
There’s no doubt that Bibbins is not your average rock star. His style as a musician and songwriter is similar to that of the late great Jimi Hendrix, but it is his own.
Beginning his journey with the guitar in 1973, Bibbins has since created a style of music that lives on odd rhythms and a way of writing music that is pleasantly free from the usual influences.
One thing that makes Paul Bibbins’ music stand out is the unique way that he tells stories through it. Instead of writing the typical autobiographical story, he prefers to write songs that go beyond his own experiences. He also tries to make compositions that are neither made nor expected in what they say.
He thinks that songs should go beyond personal events. The songs he writes don’t show what’s going on in his life; instead, they take you to imaginary places.
The EP “Disenchantment At A Distance” shows how skilled Bibbins is in many areas. As a one-man band, he plays many instruments and does many musical tasks, such as bassist, singer, and director. He is very good at playing the guitar. Even though he’s not a drummer, he knows how to use a drum machine well to give his songs a lively, catchy sound that is hard to ignore.
The EP’s first song is called “Bold, Beautiful..and Long Gone!” It sets the mood right away for a fun musical journey that will come next. The next song is called “Thrill Walk,” and it has a dark mood that comes from the way the dominant lead guitar and pounding basslines work together.
“Disenchantment at a Distance,” the album’s title track, is a fascinating piece of music with trippy themes that further proves Bibbins’ status as a rock pioneer.
“Vista Valley Drift,” the last track on the EP, is a solo piece that shows how good he is at playing the guitar. He tells an interesting musical story by mixing bright tones with bluesy improvisations.
When Bibbins isn’t singing, he works as an IT network engineer. This shows how broad and deep his skills are, as well as how intellectually curious he is. On the other hand, it’s clear that he loves rock and roll, especially the power trio style, which is something that keeps inspiring him. That’s the case.