The official video release for this single introduces the track and the artist in a fitting way. There’s a cool and rather suave quality to the shots – this late night, dimly lit vibe emerges.
Dingazz Music return this summer to release a beautifully heartfelt and soulful, smooth ballad with a rhythmic edge and some stunning vocals.
Cool, calm & stylish, spacious & creative. Senior’s leading voice has depth & character, softly & quite seductively delivering the descriptive & easy going song in a smartly dressed fashion.
There’s something softly emotional about his vocal tone & delivery, and this, walking in unison with the heartfelt & open nature of the lyrics, makes for something that feels very genuine & warming.
Incredibly clever, supremely well written & produced. There’s such a stylish contrast between the realism of the lyrics & the somewhat magical, perhaps exaggerated feel of the instrumentation.
The track veers off down its own unexpected pathways, feeling partly inspired by the passionate meandering melodies of The Weeknd, partly feeling fresh from the hands of an experimental, well-experienced & skillful producer.
Pakø is laying a strong and lasting foundation for himself as a producer, staying true to his own creative desires but also paying close attention to what works and what has an impact in the music world.
You can’t predict anything on this project, Callison’s songs follow their own rules entirely. He’s a performer, not merely a singer. A live show is not something you’ll want to miss out on.
Nevermind pours just a few seemingly simple elements into a deep cavern of creativity, and the result is this quickly uplifting, energetic song, and yet another unexpected hit.
I am scared to death of live performances, and I don’t do it that much. Recording process depends on the people I am working with. If you connect as an artist to your producer, the process is easy.
The new collection from Irish trio The Rising titled ‘Moving On’ perfectly blends upbeat numbers and and heartfelt, emotive tracks to create what is easily a contender for album of the year.
The rhythm has something awakening about it, though the leading voice and the synth choices, even the harmonies, all add a contrasting level of lightness and softness.