Porte Sept by Mary KilS: Review
The French artist, Mary KilS, with her sweet and sensual voice is giving the song ‘Porte Sept’ a new meaning in every verse and every chorus. The composition sounds like it is being interestingly played with notes and instruments. The shuffle beats of the drums with the clear sound of slap bass transcends the song. Moreover, the full-of-feel solo with distortion and wah effects will hit right in the hearts of the listeners and also raise the bar of the song. Mary KilS was introduced at 33 years old by Richard Seff and Francis Cabrel. She is giving the genre of Rock a new flavor with her music and persona.
This track has a lot going on, but everything is perfectly in sync. It begins with a playful drum beat, followed by a funky-styled slap bass, a groovy rhythm that sounds like it was played on a slightly overdriven Stratocaster, and a rock-styled but in the funk genre. The distortion and in-between solos are the ideal complements to this song. Although different, the wah solo has a Santana-like feel. Additionally, the song’s keyboard fillers round it up very pleasantly.
Mary KilS, a fairly new face in the music industry, will surely win over many listeners’ hearts with her rock music because she constantly adds new elements to both her songs and the rock genre. Very pleasing sound and music that makes you feel. The song was very thoroughly polished in terms of sound and recording quality.
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Review by: Steve Rogers