Gaisma is one of the awesome musicians from Germany and recently she has released this magnificent piece of work “Tiny Window Concerts II” to all the audience out there.
The whole thing is chilled out; the ambiance is peaceful, the beat is light and easygoing, plus, the lyrical substance is undeniably deep and valuable – what you get from all of this is a real moment of truth, reflection, thoughtfulness, and honesty. The music settles you down, and as the artist quite literally states in the final line – all in all, it really is something you can nod your head to. The added benefit, however, is that there is much more to the track than just the music.
First and foremost, the whole track is well written, and beautifully performed. At all times there is something blissful to clutch on to; the leading vocal has a softness to it, almost like a melodic whisper on occasion, and the soundscape featured throughout showcases some beautifully atmospheric riffs. The song’s melody is simplistic in nature, which works well within the homely embrace of the song – the hook leaves its mark early on and stays with you for a fair while afterward.
What’s interesting about the song is that for the most part, it feels gentle, acoustic, and amazing – the sort that you could listen to alone, at home, through headphones, staring out of the window and forgetting about the world for a while. However, there’s a striking level of energy to the track that confidently brings it into some other realm. The rhythm is upbeat, uplifting, always appropriately light sounding but increasingly energetic, adding to the overall effect of the song this notable feeling of the outdoors, of any season. Alongside the beat, the instrumentation and the vocal parts increase in intensity too, so as the song progresses it becomes something much more than a simple track, it in fact becomes more and more unique, and it’s extremely memorable to listen to.
It’s a pleasure to hear something with meaning, delivered in a confident and effortless sounding manner, mixed in among a musical soundscape that really allows and encourages you to relax, to listen intently, and to think a little deeper for yourself; about the issues presented, and about your own role in the world.
The character or personality that is so consistently evident in the vocal performance is hugely appealing. There’s an originality to the sound, the tone, the inflections, and the general expression and presentation of words, and this has great value. When you do listen intently there’s a fair amount of clever wordplay and a very confident and varied display of lyricism. Plus, the vocal melody, and the hook, really gets inside your mind, and it’s a pleasure to get caught upon.