REVIEW: Maryann – ‘This is What the Moon Sounds Like’ (Prod by SBVCE)

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Maryann’s EP This Is What The Moon Sounds Like will definitely push the popularity of Bedroomtrap to a level where we’ll soon be hearing it playing all the time on the radio.

I’ve always liked Maryann’s style, it was something I didn’t hear people doing and I always appreciate when someone does something extra, something new with a genre and what she does sounds damn good. So I know when she sent me her EP to review I knew I wasn’t going to be disappointed.

About the EP:

With this project Maryann and producer Sbvce make a focused and concerted effort to show off the unique, complexity of their sound.  This project shows Maryann growing as a writer and as a performer.  She finds a way to tie the moon into songs built from clever (not corny) catch phrases.  The title and concept are quite intriguing, it shows she and Sbvce have not yet strayed from their love of Futuristic themes.   Sbvce’s production is as varied as Maraynn’s voices.   The tracks range from mellow and moody future R&B to Hip Hop infused Reggae, then there are club jams that could double as radio hits.  These are not your typical 808 driven tracks, they have this undertone of funk which is usually missing in new Electronic and Urban music.  It seems like with this project the DIY duo are quite in tune with sounds that are popular in the genres, giving the surface listener just enough to be hooked.  Below the surface they are quietly pulling the listener into their world of Organic Urban Pop, which is rare nowadays,  especially of this caliber from a DIY artist.”

This Is What The Moon Sounds Like starts off great and ends great. Maryann and producer SBVCE did such a great job on this, I really anticipate their next project together because what they do is absolutely amazing.

My favs include ‘Take Over the World’, ‘So Xtra’ and ‘No Shade’

Stream the EP below

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