EXPOSED VOCALS REVIEWS THE MULBERRY PURPLE’S NITEAIR

This is a really enjoyable release. The backdrop feels a little like a demo, a simple beat and chord progression upon which the leading guitar and vocal melodies can express a certain artistic and emotional freedom. Even as the opening guitar solo pours out around you, the piece is enjoyable, calming, stylish and simplistic all at once. When the vocal comes into play it brings a surprising new dynamic. The lower tone of the voice contrasts powerfully with the higher sound of the guitar part. The voice is beautiful, the depth is captivating and the lyrics reinforce this mood consistently.

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