Based out of South Texas, Arzalez, has uniquely produced an intimate sound with respect to many cultural influences. His personal style introduces a vast range of creativity that connects each song and story.
Arzalez expresses every detail in each of his arrangements. With a combination of classic and modern sounds, Arzalez consistently pushes the technical boundaries for all audiences to experience.
We Reviewed his recent single release featured from his upcoming new album and found the track “Preguntame Algo” to be a fantastic introduction to his performance style for those not familiar with his work.
Built on a foundation of his musical roots in classical Latino rhythms, he takes it up a notch by adding modern flavors and techniques. His vocal range is unequaled as he takes his gift and weaves it into and out of harmonious synchronization, using it as an instrument, each note standing proud.
One thing I have to say, and I hope you take this as it is meant to be… to try to translate the lyrics for this article into English would ruin the mystique, the native tongue is what sets this into the magic zone, both fluid and romantic, the song does not loose anything in translation, but it is by its very nature exotic, and I love it the way it is, so I invite you to listen to it as it is meant to be heard.
“Preguntame Algo” is really only the latest single off of Arzalez’s upcoming album “Aquel Futuro Ahora”
Arzalez’s album was recorded by 3x Grammy Winning Engineer Tre Nagella at Luminous Sound Studio. Where his debut album introduces the artist and his dramatic past, “Aquel Futuro Ahora” by Arzalez is set to be released in Fall of 2020.
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