If diversity is a friend to Texas music, then Mark Hughey is your new amigo. His music ranges from the blues, to folk, to pop, to sultry ballads, and back again. His debut offering is “RUNNING FROM THE LAW OF ENTROPY.” Many of you may not need this explanation, but in thermodynamics the first law is that energy cannot be created or destroyed and must be collected or expended, and the second is the law of entropy. The law of entropy theorizes that the passing of time is all that is required to create a larger state of disorder. Confused? Just know that ‘running from the law of entropy’ can be described as trying to maintain order in one’s life, something many musicians feel they have trouble doing. Mark Hughey’s project is full of songs that chronicle life’s expanding disorder. Hughey has collected plenty of energy and expends it through his music. Lyrics like “Love wrecks the unlikeliest suspects…” from “So Much For The Rules Of The Game” are evidence of Hughey’s insightful eye. Mark tends to write from a position of first hand knowledge in many of his tunes, but when distance is required, he seems to always find the perfect observer’s view. Diversity and disorder are combined and controlled into Hughey’s own law of thermodynamics: This disc is hot! Get it today for only $8.49!
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"The One That Got Away" from Running From The Law Of Entropy
"Silent Songbird" from Running From The Law Of Entropy
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