Change by John Puchiele Ensemble: Album Review
The album “Change” was released on October 21st, 2022, this album gives over 42 minutes of soothing sounds which will without a doubt, help you to forget about the hard day you have spent at work.
You will experience a sense of weightlessness as a result of the calming qualities of this album. Even though there are no vocals, you will find that you can create stories in your head based on the music even though it is entirely instrumental. To begin, there is the delicate track titled “Burning Winds,” which contains a soothing instrumental sound that, once it is played, will make you feel as if all of your worries have been washed away.
The track “Level rise” is significantly different, it is a heavy track starting with a bang on the piano, also the notes seem worried and sorrowful; you can tell this isn’t going to be a cheerful track right away.
“Time’s Up”- stands apart from the rest of the album by making use of a wide variety of unconventional components, with the primary emphasis being placed on drums. This one was produced using a wide array of drums, and it continues to grow better as the track progresses.
In conclusion, this album will make the listeners experience a wonderful voyage and emotional journey. Creating such art, which expresses feelings solely through instruments and not through lyrics or vocals, demands an artist with a lot of originality and creativity, which John Puchiele Ensemble has accomplished.
KEEP IN TOUCH:
Review by: Stevie Waters