Album: Sam Zalta – It All Ends The Same

“Since 2016, Zalta has played guitar and keyboards for Bambara in their live configuration, touring the world with the Brooklyn-via-Atlanta rising outfit. Zalta has been writing and recording since his teens under different aliases, sharing them only with close friends and family, and performing live scarcely in and around New York. Now he’s ready to go public and make a mark with his own sound.”

This was a bio found on the Bandcamp page.

I would like to share my thoughts on an artist’s album that was released in 2019. Although the artist has since released more music, I recently stumbled upon a submission that included a song called “Circle Song” from this album. The song piqued my interest and prompted me to listen to the whole album. I must say, it turned out to be a remarkable collection of dreamy, slowcore, indie folk songs that feature beautiful vocals and a powerful atmosphere. Listening to this album was like immersing myself in a cocoon of soothing melodies and calming rhythms. I found myself closing my eyes, letting the music wash over me, and feeling the freshness of a morning breeze with the scent of blooming flowers in the air.

If you enjoyed this album, I would highly recommend checking out the artist’s latest release called “Memento Mori.” While it may be a step in a new direction, especially sonically, I still found it to be an enjoyable listening experience.

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