Following his previous release Otherways, Michael Goldman’s Honey Money talks about bad dates, and $15 drinks.
A shot of psych with a country finish, Honey Money opens up by turning Goldman’s blue’s rock style into a classic, saloon sing-along. With wonky guitar hooks and jumpy piano keys, Honey Money captures Goldman’s tale of a bad college date, entailing a series of $15 drinks with little conversation.
“I was duped into driving to Hollywood, paying $15 for parking and several more series of $15 on drinks at a club where I’m not sure I heard a single spoken work over the music”
Unlike Goldman’s date, Honey Money packs excitement through energetic guitar riffs towards its end, as Goldman’s rock style takes centre stage, powering through to an ending that immediately brings the question of what will be next.