Brooklyn-based artist Alec Berlin recently released LaNoise, an ear-appealing composition that will unquestionably appeal to all the fans of a blues sound. The number comes from a seven-track extended play release of the same name. Perhaps Alec Berlin explores the fundamentals of blues, but you’ll undoubtedly notice other genres lurking around in the mix. The artist included some of the finest properties of Americana, classic rock, and pop rock into this divine composition. However, that’s just the tip of the iceberg, and Alec Berlin incorporates even more elements as you delve deeper into the song. Genres like country rock, progressive rock, soul, rhythm, and blues are some of them from a comprehensive list but don’t be surprised if you stumble upon others along the way.
Still, all these additional sonic ingredients serve as more than necessary enhancements, accentuations, and decorations, and Alec Berlin remains loyal to blues rock. You’ll notice that as soon as this profoundly dynamic, complex, detailed, and enormously catchy track commences. LaNoise has well-accentuated, moderate rhythmic sequences empowered with subtle warm-sounding basslines. The rhythm section plays a significant role in this track by providing more than the necessary sonic background for all the choppy chord progressions, progressive experimentations, mind-blowing leads, melodies, harmonies, and solos. All these orchestrations continuously levitate between Americana, blues, and progressive-rock moments while the rhythm section remains intact. Alec Berlin thoroughly planned each sonic maneuver, so LaNoise has a complex arrangements decorated with all the details that define the best blues rock songs. Maybe LaNoise is an instrumental composition, but the artist fully stacked this song with so many ear-pleasing orchestrations that you’ll repeatedly listen to it. The single and LaNoise EP are available on all streaming services.
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