Aquamarine by Ámaris

“Aquamarine”, 2018

Pop, electronic, blues

Press on “Aquamarine”:

Press voices on “Aquamarine”:

“The tracks on the record make for a well-rounded set of songs that has you hitting the repeat button time and time again. (…) Her vocals haunt throughout the record as they are carefully placed within each and every song. Each tells a story with lyricism that will hypnotize you from every angle.”

Source: http://nodepression.com/album-review/amaris-brings-charming-aquamarine

“The water-themed record totes an impressive 12-tracks that bring her gorgeous vocals to life. The entire record, which was inspired by one of my favorite subjects, the sea, brings stories both symbolic and captivating. … You will find yourself falling in love!”

Source: https://modernmysteryblog.com/2018/08/15/amaris-radiates-on-new-album/

“A big part of the appeal is that incredible, shiver-inducing voice. One moment it’s a world-weary drawl encompassing all the despair of broken dreams and unfulfilled hopes and the next it’s girly and playful. The water-themed album features twelve original tracks that pair sultry, enticing vocals with a variety of production. Ranging across the pop, electronic, blues, and bass music spectrum. (…) This album provides the perfect marriage between beautiful bass, blues and subtle arrangements that will make you sit up and listen.”

Source: https://www.vivrelereve.co.uk/music-were-loving-right-now-aquamarine-by-amaris/

“It is calming, thought provoking, and intriguing. It reminds us of where our thoughts go when we are near or surrounded by water or the sea.”

Source: http://www.fromgirltogirl.com/new-music-aquamarine-by-amaris-wenceslas/

“Despite the number of styles and the more pop/R&B tone of Aquamarine, Ámaris’s vocals on this album are consistently interesting and different, with lots of syncopation and tempo changes despite the fairly consistent beat structures in most of the tracks. It’s an interesting mix, as her vocals are definitely in the R&B and nu soul wheelhouse, but the unconventional structure really takes them somewhere else, closer to EDM or ambient electronica.”

Source: https://www.youredm.com/2018/06/27/your-edm-review-amaris-adds-pop-cachet-to-second-solo-effort-aquamarine/