Don't You Worry About A Thing
We're back in the professional hands of SAFO Music Group today, where Dan Silver went to record and produce his latest single. As you may remember, this is where Sam Smith and Pixie Lott have composed some of their classic material. Dan Silver has a passion for life, people, and music, much like Alternative Fruit, and this shows with his song-writing. Perhaps the best thing we could say right now, as August 2020 falls to a close is Don't You Worry About A Thing. It echoes the words of Bob Marley yet I have a feeling the music is an echo of something else entirely.
It begins with a lush synthesiser that shines with droplets of harmony. Dan Silver begins to sing straight away. As his verse builds, a rhythm is added at just the right moment then piano chords beat down a melodic tempo. A dance groove is unfurled like a jolly-roger as the boat soars out of the harbour. We just keep bopping our heads as affirmative and uplifting vocal lines mash with the irresistible tempo. Don't You Worry About A Thing by Dan Silver will make you happy when it turns up on the playlist.
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At just twelve years old, Mia-Le features in Alternative Fruit today. Since writing her first proper song at the age of seven and winning a songwriting competition two years later, Mia-Le has been propelled into music. Her clear and obvious talent involves intelligent lyrics, emotional compositions, with a beautiful and complex voice. Her new video, Sometimes, is receiving acclaim and air-time the world over.
The video begins with Mia-Le walking through a wooded area and into an abandoned building. Piano and vocal then spring from the silence. Mia-Le sings in beautiful and resonant melodies that span entire ranges. Synthesiser adds a sprinkling of modernity before rhythm and vocal effect push the mix right into the now. Delicate percussion builds energy beneath evolutionary composition and story-telling. The song floats like ice-cream on a glass of ice-cold coke.
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Have The Sun Lick Your Mind
Stockholm psychedelia band Marble Mammoth are in review today. Since their formation not so long ago, this group of established musicians have begun their mind-bending sonic journey. With experience most only dream of, including playing with the Libertines, Mike Davis, and Dollhouse, these guys are sure to have something incredibly special indeed.
With a slurry of mashed-up drums, the song begins. A guitar and normalised rhythm then hits us with a wavery sonic mirage. Vocals enter and the fuzzy distortion that frames the phonics brings on a truly psychedelic atmosphere. A chorus rises with piano tones and quick lines with extra melodic flurry. Adjustments in the angle of ascent give each section a unique character. Guitar rages in a sleek solo which bounces and warbles on the digging drive. The music ends with a vocal section that's bound to be great at live sections, repeating words asking us to free our mind make this song emotional and epic.
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Bad Enough (Feat. Asaka The Renegade)
Let's go to Detroit and get an earful of the rap-hip-hop scene's newest sound in the guise of Jashar. His unique and well-sculpted delivery style sits firmly on the solid foundations laid before and builds upwards and outwards at the same time. There are other genres and techniques in nearby corners which quickly become the pillars of fortune. Bad Enough is the latest offering, and it's part of the 200,000 + streams this attention grabbing star has to date.
The music starts with a vocal that builds from a bed of distortion and effect. Various tones unleash wholesome harmonies which resonate along a groove. Drums rattle and bump in a smooth avenue while poetic verse lines walk hand in hand through emotive and masculine feelings. A spoken section mirrors an r'n'b melody which bounces like helium balloons with heavy string. As the music draws to a close, a female voice is added to the mix, which mirrors the emotions and adds a musical twist.
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