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Michael Laky's new single "Uh-Oh" is warm, intimate
(Published: July 20, 2021)

Michael Laky has been busy making new music, and his most recent studio release, "Uh-Oh," stands out as a fantastic example of his creativity and vision.

His sound captures some of the best jazz guitar chops, but there is so much more to it than that. In fact, Michael's music is very open-minded and emotional, and he loves to incorporate a wider range of influences into his work. Most notably, his new single, "Uh-Oh," also features hints of fusion and jazz!

Take the drum pattern of this song, for instance. On one hand, the sound of the kit itself has a soothing retro vibe to it, reminiscent of some of the best Golden Age jazz recordings. However, the rhythm has a really nice Latin groove to it, bringing some sizzle to the release. This amazing new studio work is well-produced and incredibly accomplished on the standpoint of songwriting.

The vocals are warm and intimate. They stand out from the music with a very upfront tone, but they are never overpowered by the sound of the instrumental. I really enjoy the smooth dynamics of the band, which sound organic and personal. It's the sound of musicians regulating themselves, rather than compressors squeezing everything down so unnaturally! The cherry on top is the amazing solo bridge, which really feels magical.

The track is definitely recommended for anyone who enjoys the work of artists such as Vinicio Capossela, Tom Waits, and Bill Frisell, but not only. The cohesion of this production is quite remarkable. As a result of it, the listening experience is truly smooth and immersive, akin to a journey through sound that will take the audience someplace else.

Find out more about Michael Laky, and do not miss out on "Uh-Oh." This release is currently available on some of the best digital music streaming platforms on the web, and beyond.

More Information: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LA4BsNlnycc

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