Savage Greenboro's unique, breathtaking new album tells probing short stories
(Published: August 23, 2016)
Savage Greenboro is both a musician and storyteller. His album My Bad Computer Heart is on a league of its own with each song telling snippets of a story that has never been told. With 21 short tracks, it takes listeners to a musical backpacking tour with short stops but breathtaking views nonetheless.
One would think that nothing could come out of a 28-second song but Greenboro proves otherwise. "New Age" begins with a seemingly probing bass intro before flawlessly transitioning to a catchy tune that unveils the mystery that was being laid out in the beginning. Short and sweet, this track is complete in itself like a compelling short story with an intriguing plot and a satisfying ending.
Simple, clean, and rhythmic, "Computer Jazz" is like a quaint coffee shop with your favorite espresso that never grows old. No matter how many times you visit, it never loses its charm. "Computer Jazz" is exactly like that. It's relaxing, familiar but still unique. Soothing to the senses, this track is a loop favorite if you want a little dose of inspiration.
Despite being only 36 seconds long, the title track begins with a lovely melody like the rays of the sun seeping through your window curtains, casting playful shadows on your bed. The song picks up a little bit as if mirroring your busy day before it slows down again to unwind and ends with a sudden stop, as if making you wonder where all the hours have gone.
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