That Peaceful Place: San Juan jazz artist Zammy Oswald blesses our souls with ‘Oasis’

With so much peace and ever-lasting harmony flowing beautifully from each second of this absolute gem of a track, Zammy Oswald sends us a true sense of togetherness with his new single ‘Oasis‘.

Zammy Oswald is an indie Afro-Rican San Juan, Puerto Rico-based indie jazz pianist, composer, Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico student, and music producer. He is one of those truly natural artists who plays with a grace which is so rare.

Inspired by his uncle, his use of impressionist harmony, inventive interpretation of traditional jazz repertoire, and block chords are inspired by jazz musicians such as Bill Evans, Robert Glasper, and Dave Brubeck, although his sound also fuses various modalities of Black American Music.” ~ Zammy Oswald

You feel each second of such pureness here which is a delightful moment to reflect, relax, and to just look towards the sky for guidance, no matter what your current situation in life is. His skillful piano-playing is a marvel to behold, as we are swept up by something rather special here.

He is both soulful and emotional, which is why his songs resonate on the whole spectrum of emotion, but always have a jubilant finale. His pathos is all about feeling full of gratitude, deep relaxation, encouraged, reminding listeners through his music, “Life is like a mountain, hard to climb, but once you get to the top the view is beautiful.” ~ Zammy Oswald

Oasis‘ from the highly motivated San Juan, Puerto Rico-based indie jazz pianist and multi-talented soul Zammy Oswald, shows us a vibe that has your energies suddenly feeling so alive inside your burning soul. This is a track to really immerse yourself fully into, as it takes you back to an age that needs to be admired.

After all, life can be so peaceful if you live it with only good intentions.

Stream this fab new single on Spotify and see more on his IG music page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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