Diversity is key in music as the structures created by genres continue to crumble with time. The freedom artists are beginning to feel with their creative process can be heard in records across the globe, and most certainly in singer and songwriter John Vento’s latest offering “Love, Lust & Other Wreckage.” This is apparent right from the get-go with singles like “Baby Blues,” offering sentimental recordings of past errors in a relationship with a brooding instrumental. However, Vento is immediately able to make the switch to high-octane tracks like “Humble Way” with booming vocals and guitar stabs packed full of energy. The latest offering from the project, a cover of “I Hope I Don’t Fall In Love” from Tom Waits, shows just how soothing he can be as a singer while utilizing his voice as a true instrument. “Love, Lust & Other Wreckage” is a true tale of heartbreak and triumph, and one that is sure to strike many a chord with listeners around the world! – Carlos Montoya
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