New Songs

Melvin Fromm Jr. – Crazy Drills For Love (& More)

The talented Melvin Fromm Jr. has been hammering down some of the best jazz-inspired music I’ve heard as of late, and with these three new songs, he proves that his knack for making great music is no fluke. 


SONGS

 

CRAZY DRILLS FOR LOVE (4.7/5)

‘Crazy Drills for Love’ has a combination of sorrow and energy to it, which is a combination I find very intriguing to listen to. Knowing that the Violin could have a major impact on the emotions of the track, Melvin utilizes it masterfully, letting it shine in a way that really sticks out.

While the Violin is consistent, the drums does change quite a bit in energy: In one phase the beat is a bit gentle, and in the second phase it is a little heavier hitting. Overall, I feel this is a great example of Melvin’s outstanding writing.

REALLY THICK AND JUICY LOVE (4.8/5)

This track has this slowness to it that creates a very romantic mood. Much like other tracks by Melvin Fromm Jr., this song has this hypnotizing sound to it that draws listeners in. For some reason, I get this Texas ranch feel when I hear this song.

THICK AND JUICY DREAMS (4.9/5)

With the first two songs being a bit smooth, this one has more of a party vibe to it.

The song contains a heavy contribution from a piano, and that piano plays feverishly throughout. You can tell Melvin understood that the key to this song was energy, and when you decide to channel that energy through a piano, you can create something really special (Which is what happens here).

Anyone who is not jumping up and down while listening to this song is a party pooper!


SUMMARY

I love Melvin Fromm Jr’s versatility, which is something I’ve praised for some while now. These three songs are a combination of romantic, energy, and smoothness, which is the three things I feel we need to listen to in our life from time to time.

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