Deep Swamps, Louisiana, USA – January 4, 2016 – The Goldilocks Enigma is a rare combination of grunge rock mechanics and a powerful Christian message. Their music is inspired not only by wanting something more from life, but also a commentary on everyday life on planet earth.
TGE’s music appeals to anyone finding themselves asking “is there more to life/art/music than what the commercial mainstream offers on a robot-o-tron basis?” Their music has been found to be responsible for pricking hearts and opening eyes & ears.
“a masterpiece that touches on the finer points of faith through finely-engineered layers of sound. 70’s grooves quickly spin into garage indie seamlessly, with the only commonality being their powerful message of faith and what it means to be human.”
” this album is the perfect representation of a band that truly knows what it means to create art, rather than simply making music for the masses.”
Refusing to stay in one place, TGE arrangements maintain a DIY feel while differing from track to track, encompassing elements of various rock genres such as blues, garage, grunge, and indie.
Not for the faint of heart. TGE music has been found to change perspectives and lives.
Proudly claiming not to seek fame or fortune, The Goldilocks Enigma is not a conventional rock outfit. Don’t expect to see fake people promoting a superficial existence, but rather down to earth musicians sharing a positive message of faith with listeners. In fact, the husband and wife duo shies away from the glitz and glamour of rock stardom and is not afraid to present their message of faith and belief in a purely underground fashion.
The band is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist/songwriter simply referred to as “The Husband”, who feeling unfulfilled in his daily life, and after a leap of faith and encouragement from band mate, singer/songwriter, and spouse known simply as “The Wife”, unpacked his instruments and began making music. Today, the two share their experiences and faith in God to those seeking a fulfilling existence.”