Juan Sánchez has recently released his captivatingly masterful debut album “Rebirth”. After hearing the title track, I became convinced that this deftly sorrowful piano piece is a playlist essential, – especially now that the melancholic grips of Autumn have us.
Rebirth starkly reminds you that despite feelings of frailty, just like the melody we can surpass what has come before with urgency, power, and intensity to experience our own rebirth. There’s such an incredible amount of trepidation which lingers in the prelude, but by the time Rebirth draws to a close, you’re left with the aural resolution.
The Spanish producer, pianist, and composer’s authentic talent when it comes to melodic command is unquestionable. It wouldn’t be an over-exaggeration to say that the stylistic qualities to Rebirth allowed the soundscape to resonate as celestially cinematic.
Rebirth is available to stream along with the rest of Juan Sánchez’s album via Spotify.
Review by Amelia Vandergast