The chord progression & the leading instrumental riff leave their mark unquestionably, and this, alongside of that crucial hook line – makes certain the song stays with you.
Fall In Love brings together the emotional realness of a singer-songwriter offering, and a gradually intensifying, uplifting trip-hop soundscape – it sounds beautiful.
More people need to have that drive to say ‘this too shall end’. More people need to wake up each morning, even when they don’t want to, and kick that day’s ass. Accomplishment, personal courage, is the greatest cure for depression.
What begins as a song of sadness or regret, even self-pity, soon grows to be one of inner strength, of self-empowerment. Bianca M appears as an artist rather than simply a singer.
This meeting of classic pop & RnB is not often utilized in modern music – Joan Mercury has her sound & her approach to creativity, and it works in her favour right now.
Alexis Taylor’s vocals are unquestionable, skillful & effortless in portraying both the gentler notes & those loaded with passion & depth. Production-wise too, the finish is crisp & pretty flawless.
The ears are swept away on clouds of thought-provoking lyrics while the beat demands bodily movement. The words pair diametrical images of nature, displaying the grandiose & objective circle of life.
A brilliantly gritty take on modern RnB that’s sure to bring together classic & alternative fans of the genre alike.
A smooth & soulful piece that drives with the organic colour & carefree attitude of a simple bass line & some easy going vocals.
A beautifully & professionally captured EDM track with a stunning, soulful featured vocal from Diana Inez – the perfect release to see you through the rest of the summer.
The track erupts into the room in the way that any well-crafted, pristinely built dance track should – the beat is complex yet appears smoothly.
Love is always easy to write about, but difficult to actually experience – from that experience I can easily write sadder songs.