There’s an undeniable call and response relationship between Danise’s voice and the music, which really helps the listener appreciate just how talented the band behind this epic voice really is.
Rick Lee James is a wonderful singer and musician, and this project is a joy to listen through and one you can turn back to again and again. The album will be available on February 8th and there will be an album release concert on February 22nd at the John Legend Theater.
Driving with absolute passion, dedication and faith, and some flawlessly stunning leading voices – Tri Sor present this fresh approach to Christian Gospel music in a quickly compelling, captivating, and ultimately uplifting manner.
All I want to do is fly as a central line offers a beautiful melody, somehow melancholic yet optimistic in the same instance – it’s a powerful moment that lingers in your mind long after listening.
The religious aspect runs deep within these songs and so for those who want to feel a connection to something greater than themselves, this EP offers a modern and ultimately very heartfelt take on faith and dedication to a higher power.
Throughout this album you’re reminded of the starting point of this holiday we celebrate, the religious aspects and the backstory – as well as the togetherness and love that it sees us all celebrate.
Enock Addison encourages those with faith to offer a little more praise for their Lord in every day life – not purely when you need something.
Shanti Shanti have a truly beautiful sound & their songwriting is equally beautiful & works hard to hold your attention & affection at every step.
The instrumentation feels incredibly full – the warmth of the music is greatly strengthened by this big-band sound & subsequently Caroline’s own performances seem soaked in a new level of passion.
The melody has a surprisingly indie-rock feel to it, as does the structure, though the leading voice appears as this electronically charged element that fits smoothly in among all that surrounds & supports it.
The song actually comes through as accessible to any number of audiences – not limited to the specific struggle that created it. The ambiance offers a classic rock vibe with a contrastingly delicate leading vocal part. These work well together in this setting.
The hook offers up a gentle & smooth melody – a beautifully soulful vocal line – whereas the rap verses present a much grittier, detailed exploration of the song’s underlying concept. The way these opposing sections are arranged is superb.