Izek Rose – Most Nights – Single Review

Izek Rose is a melancholic-drift musician from the USA.

Izek Rose

Izek Rose

Slipping in to the room on fragile strings the first song revealed by Izek RoseMost Nights – within a couple of bars has swept through listener filling their mind with a sense of overwhelming sadness, a despondency which, for its despair, is simultaneously an alluring cathartic presence the audience reaches out to hold in mutually comforting embrace.

A well balanced composition melting emotive vocal and mesmerising instrumentation transfixes the attention through Most Nights, a song that lasts less than three minutes though has far greater staying power.

Word arrives there are another three songs due prior to the end of the month. If Most Nights is a measure of what is to come, not ensuring there is a a stack of freshly laundered handkerchiefs to dry the eyes would be remiss.

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Mines Falls – Easy Now – Single Review

The US melancholic-drift duo Mines Falls released the single Easy Now on the 28th of February.

Mines Falls

Mines Falls

Three singles have been released in the past four months, each of different tapestry, the latest of which Easy Now is the most brooding in demeanour.

Piano leads the mood of the composition whilst electronica circles the keys in slowly evolving dream-sequences as a forlorn vocal gazes wistfully from aside giving Easy Now an intriguing counterpoint around which to pivot as the five and two thirds minutes song leaves the room shrouded in a misty sadness in to which the listener finds themselves become ever more drawn, prior to finally breaking to what minds of a trumpet and piano concluding eulogy.

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