What each artist has brought to the stage is pretty flawless & beautiful, resulting in a united piece of music & performance that’s uniquely creative & ticks a lot of boxes. A gorgeous alternative jazz track for the summertime.
Franklin Livingston is not a Spanish speaker but has put his creative efforts into this single as a mark of solidarity with Spanish communities living in America. He said of the process that love should inspire us to learn each other’s languages & to live in harmony & peace.
There’s something incredibly cool about the composition & the performance. By the end of the experience, this arrangement of notes, this overall progression through the riffs & sections of the song, makes certain to linger in your mind for quite some time.
Claudia Meyer has a beautifully appealing leading voice & the music on this project supports & enhances that natural ability in a mighty way. It’s a pleasure to listen in full.
The music, the chords & notes chosen to create it, have a mildly melancholic yet seductive sense of care-free progression about them. The observational lyrics & the music work beautifully in unison to allow you to be completely swept away by the song.
This collaboration between Canary Islands’ producer Sabina Dream & Connecticut’s Siete Plagas just oozes those easy going summer vibes – the sort we’ve been craving as we turn the corner away from the colder months.
Given Brad Geiger’s extensive experience & musical influences, this album as a complete collection is quite precisely the eclectic & colourful project you’d hope for, and yet it’s really also nothing like you’d expect.
The rhythm of the song works really well in building around you something soothing. Elle Jae’s leading voice offers the effortless fluidity to carry the melody along in a manner that fits beautifully with the mood of the music.
There’s so much more to the band than the music, admittedly a confusing thing to say – I guess there’s something to connect with that runs deeper than strings & rhythm. Everyone & their neighbor should hear this album.
The overwhelming peacefulness of the audio, the way that it seems to stop time for you as you listen, allows you to really face up to the things that matter or that have been on your mind.
The passion is unquestionable, the pauses within the musicality add to the drama & intensity, yet the crisp, flawless & satisfying way in which everything meets back up afterwards keep things impossibly flush & tranquil.
The older I get the more I find my inspiration in my memories of youth. I know it’s a bit sentimental, but trying to recapture those first musical emotions that possessed me when I was young puts me back into my creative zone.