Aaron Toronto Releases Sensational New Track “Reaping What I Sow”
Aaron Toronto, or as people call him “AT”, is a formerly Michigan-based and currently South Dakota-based musician and songwriter who just released an emotional song of self-realization titled “Reaping What I Sow”.
Aaron Toronto is an inventive storyteller in addition to being a passionate musician and an expressive artist at heart. As soon as he began performing “Reaping What I Sow” at performances, the artist began to truly recover from the “lost love” predicament he had been going through. His musical style can be characterized by his enjoyment of a wide variety of musical genres and legendary inspirations, resulting in an experience that is dramatic and immersive. In “Reaping What I Sow,” a traditional rock aesthetic is filtered through the greatness of pop with a hint of exotica. Although it begins with a Spanish guitar-like sound, the chorus heads in a different direction showcasing those gorgeous, rollicking riffs to fully reflect the artist’s emotions. And as Aaron’s voice leads with smoothness, what adds definition to his expressions is the electric guitar solo. And not only that, the track comes to a surprising closure towards the end, by featuring a very brief opera from a female vocalist.
When he composes music, he often uses it as a form of therapy, and he hopes that his listeners will experience the same effects. “Reaping What I Sow” is one of his best yet, as listeners get to dive through a beautiful concoction of multiple genres, mostly classic rock, well-merged together.
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Review by: Audrey Castel