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David McLorren and Audley Reid collaborate on diverse, striking single
(Published: April 24, 2021)

David McLorren and Audley Reid are two accomplished recording artists and performers who joined forces to match each other's creativity and focus. Their music sets the bar higher with a combination of different sounds and ideas. The pair's most recent studio release, "Into Da Night," is actually a fantastic example of what they can accomplish in terms of versatility and production excellence.

"Into Da Night" is a diverse track that kicks off with a really immersive introduction. The song soon acquires its full depth with a verse that immediately showcases the main melodic lines, bringing some excellent dynamics to the track. The main hook is immediately striking, and the artists went with something that is actually quite memorable.

The release is also excellent in terms of production, creating a massive, crisp sound with a contemporary vibe that highlights every element in the mix by giving it a perfect feel.

The song offers a lush, darker mood with elements of funk, jazz, and instrumental soul intertwining beautifully. The beat has a fast-paced, energetic feel, which perfectly complements the amazing saxophone leads, adding so much presence and depth to the mix.
I love the bass tones especially, giving the song a lot of weight. The drums and bass lock in to perfection, and they also leave a lot of room in the high frequencies in order to truly let the song explore new territories.

In addition to the amazing production, the lead melodic work on the sax is truly amazing and both artists really stand out with their contribution. I love the fact that there is a free-form quality to the mix, making the release all the more special and intriguing from the moment you hit play down to the final seconds that drive the mix.

If you do enjoy the work of artists such as Prince, D'Angelo, Stevie Wonder, Flying Lotus, JoJo Meyer, Herbie Hancock, and Miles Davis, you should definitely check out the sound and feel of these stellar artists.

More Information: https://open.spotify.com/album/1cf4VlWKQFvlbOcpfoyN95

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