Up and coming artist Madhara has recently made their 2020 debut with the progressively organic soulfully magnetic single “Colours of the Wind”.
Kicking off with a prelude which wouldn’t be out of place on a Thurston Moore album, Colours of the Wind quickly evolves into an ethereally comforting offer of Jazz-infused Alt-Folk. The momentum may ebb and flow. Yet your attention will never falter away from the expressive ingenuity found in their daringly bold and colourful soundscape.
With everything from sweeping piano glissandos to funk-deep bass lines to striking semi-orchestral swells, you won’t encounter many tracks from up and coming artists exhibiting such an eclectic array of experimentalism. Yet, Colours of the Wind pulled together with complete concordance. Meaning that the single was able to exude an absorbing Neo-Soul vibe which demands repeat attention.
You can check out Colours of the Wind for Yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
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Review by Amelia Vandergast