Jan Castellari | Brighter Future

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Brighter Future

by Jan Castellari

A soft rock, brit/rock sounding commentary observing everyone doing the mundane, and at some time maybe there has to be a brighter future.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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Album Notes
Jan Castellari's music is a rich variety, of the everyday life observations, to detailed poetic dirges that dig deep down into the emotional soul. Sometimes described as having a raw feel, the very essence of his vocals convey such feeling, and be it he is singing about lighter topics, to more complex ballads, he is able to find the right balance the song requires. People have said his voice is haunting, this is especially true on the slower ballads, but equally at home on a rock, or pop track his vocals exemplify that human touch. Playing the guitar, and piano - compositions are arranged intelligently, yet still providing that earthy feel as opposed to an over syncopated mix, things always just seem to roll along. He produces an end result, that will leave a little hook left in your mind, a good feeling like you've just been on a little journey, and hopefully a desire to listen again. His first single release "Brighter Future" is a classic brit/rock rolling tune, that has the perfect balance between, not to much, and not enough. A catchy chorus, is a sing a long by the end of the track, if not way before. Clever guitar layouts work nicely, and envelope the listener. The album should be out sometime at the beginning of 2013, so stay tuned.



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