Sometimes by Rye Catchers: Review
It is not uncommon to face internal conflicts at various stages of our lives, and ‘Sometimes’, Rye Catchers’ latest hit, reflects the same predicament through a piece of lovely upbeat music. While the musical arrangement is engaging and creates a real sense of tension for the listener, it is the lush voices that add sensuality to the tune. The single is a collaboration with Spanish vocalist Nekane and is captivating and a little gloomy. Interestingly, while there is profundity in ‘Sometimes,’ Nekane’s sensuous vocals provide an uplifting thrill.
‘Sometimes,’ the idea of a highly creative and gifted producer, David McClintick Roberts, features the passionate and heartfelt vocals of another exceptional Spanish vocalist, Nekane. The music features some of the most appealing synthesizers, as well as a lovely chord sequence that isn’t overly difficult. Right from the start of the song, you can hear some solid drumming, as well as some fantastic synth pad chordal backings, and right in the middle, the bass kicks in, building the foundation of the music.
Because of the clever placement of the guitar in the song, it sounds simple yet catchy. This song’s composition is so basic but appealing that you don’t have to worry about getting the counts incorrect when humming to it. You’ll be blown away by the dreamy arpeggiated synth tones throughout the bridge portion, right before the second chorus. The song concludes with the verse melody spoken over lines that sum up the entire concept of the piece.
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Review by: Paul Woodman