Youth Sounds: The Bit Parts – EP

These musicians have absorbed the soul of New Orleans.  Cajun, blues, jazz this is not.  But this is loaded with talent, promise and heart.  Good up-front drumming setting the tone and whetting the appetite for what will come next: be it an electric guitar frolic or some tasty electronic blips and beeps.  The female vox is somewhat gauzy and understated in a good way, never overwhelming the mood and allowing room for the aforementioned instrumentation.

Please “Youth Sounds,” release a full LP and send me it when ready for my reviewing pleasure!       

Youth Sounds – As Strangers Would

Youth Sounds – What Is It Like

Official Bio:

“Beneath the veil of treachery, I count the lost of loyalty.”

The peaceful ambience that is Youth Sounds comes from an innovative brother and sister duo that understands who they are and what they have to offer. Hailing from the streets of New Orleans, Erika and Federico Mejia are self-taught musicians that gained experience in church choirs and developed their crafts by remaining artistically stylish. 
The combination of Erika’s soft and whispery voice gliding over Federico’s piano leads and house backbeats on their debut EP “The Bit Parts” expresses the aptitude this duo possesses. Youth Sounds feels familiar and inviting in their effort to bring fresh melodies during hard times.
Youth Sounds’ elegant appeal and dreamlike moodiness branch from their appreciation for art and film. Encompassing these ideals in their music captures the essence of purity in their craft. Take part of Youth Sounds’ journey at:

~ by castleqwayr on July 7, 2010.

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