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CasiKaze releases debut album ‘El Conjuro’ 

‘El Conjuro’ is the beautiful debut album from Argentinian songwriter CasiKaze.

Written about his experience as an Argnetinian writer, trying to live up to his idols in the music industry, ‘El Conjuro’ is a moving collection of songs, featuring a wide variety of songs that showcase CasiKaze’s lyrical, vocal and guitar playing talents. CasiKaze recorded this album in his home studio, and purposely decided to keep these songs in their stripped down form – just vocals and Guitars – to let the songs shine for themselves.

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CasiKaze is finally releasing music, after 15 years away. he starting to write his own songs at 10 years of age, music took a back seat in his life for 15 years until last year when he decided the time was right for his first album to be released.

In ‘El Conjuro’, CasiKaze has created a wonderful, soulful and uplifting album, this collection of songs are beautifully composed and performed with a classical talent. his vocals are hypnotic, and his guitar style is magnificent, truly a blessing to experience. and weather you understand the lyrics or not, it speaks to you, directly to your heart.

Citing The Beatles and Charly García as key influences, his music brings a folky sound in to the present day, creating compelling music in his own authentic voice.

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About Joseph Timmons (9897 Articles)
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