Mareko is a New Jersey native who picked up a guitar in her early teens and never put it down.”Mom’s Spaghetti/Veronica Decides to Die ” is her freshly released track to all the audience out there and this is an awesome track without a doubt. Naturally, this awesome soul was drawn to music, she began making beats in college after observing her peers. Drawing from the range of influences she admires, from rock to hip-hop, Mareko comes out with a seemingly different sound and style with every release. The Brooklyn-based artist seems to challenge the status quo of the algorithm-driven tunes we continue to hear daily.
There’s a really comforting warmth to this song, it’s one that softens the high energy of the melody and the rhythm a little bit and makes for a very classic sounding recording. The rock and blues vibe comes forward in every possible way, but that softness is something that is present in everything from the rhythm to the sound, to the melody, and indeed the vocal performance itself. The feeling is of it being a very natural performance, which reinforces the independence of the track, the artist, and the individuality that thrives as part of the creative process. This whole thing is unique and interesting, more than that, This double music video brings together the range that Mareko has and also signifies a shift in her music direction as well.
It’s the musicality of the whole, a complete piece that is making it stand out. But there’s also so much clarity in the voice of Mareko, and so much that you can pick out and listen to, that to adventure further into Mareko’s catalog of music – to explore the sound and the artist’s character a little further – is likely to appeal to those who are a fan of the genre and the style and are looking for someone new to listen to. Everything is professionally crisp sounding and that makes it all the more effective as a stand-alone track.