Marrakesh Make Perfectly Multifaceted Music in New Track "Defectively"
Smooth and rhythmically complex, Marrakesh's new tune "Defectively" takes on numerous shapes and shades over its three and a half minute play time.
Eclectic in influence and even more so in sound, this song passes by on a dream's coattails, catching chroma to the beat of a breaking heart.
Light so bright it burns.
Your mind's state turns on a dime.
You can't find the words.
"I'm retracing my steps defectively..."
Marrakesh capture droplets of pop, R&B, rock, lounge jazz and more in "Defectively," distilling from all these a sound as singular as can be.
Drums fracture the mix to thirds, fourths and then some, sending silvery fragments flying. Bass notes breathe a deep hum into spectrum's crowded space, then die down for guitar notes to carry us across the chorus. Bits of sax sound blow in from afar - Solar warmth on waving wind. Synths glimmer with sonic luminance as vocals pierce the middle of it all.
"Defectively" is as relaxing as it is impossible to define. With a wide wealth of sounds, Marrakesh create a moving auditory environment steeped in poetic depth.
For something entirely new to listen to, you can't go wrong with this song. Embrace it with a press of play.
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