Connor Terrones – ‘The People We Love’
Hailing from Denver, musician Connor Terrones released the spell-binding album ‘The People We Love’ in September 2022. It is a multi-genre album that is thoroughly addictive.
‘I Don’t Care’ opens the release to an instantly engaging vibe, with an infectious feel, stoic beat and charismatic vocals. In addition, we adore ‘What Can I Do?’. It features soulful vocals, intelligent chordal progressions and melodies that stay with the listener long after the music has ended.
‘Prisoner’ features relatable lyrics that are underpinned by a melodic bass and catchy chorus that feels like a friend returning each time it comes around. Furthermore, ‘Drown’ takes the album in a fresh direction with energetic, pulsating instrumentation.
Finally, an innovative cover of ‘Ain’t No Sunshine’ closes the release and leaves the listener wanting more. ‘The People We Love’ is a brilliant album that needs to be heard.
In addition, we adore the mix, production and master of ‘The People We Love’. Every part of the layered and varied instrumentation has its own place in the mix and shines bright.
Terrones cites his influences as coming from artists such as Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, James Brown, John Coltrane, J Dilla, and D’Angelo. One thing is for sure, Connor Terrones stands shoulder to shoulder with any of these artists and is making exhilarating music.
We have been thrilled to cover ‘The People We Love’. It is a wonderful debut album that showcases the skill and talent Connor Terrones possesses. We very much look forward to following his career and hearing how his sound evolves and progresses.
Until then, ‘The People We Love’ is available to stream from the link below. So add it to your new music playlist this week; you will not be disappointed!
FVMusicBlog September 2022
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