Friday, 17 April 2015

Kristyna Myles dazzles us with out of this world vocals

Kristyna's first break came while she was busking in Manchester and won Radio Five Live's Busk Idol Competition, this lead to a European Tour and support from household names such as Lisa Stansfield, Will Young, Lemar and the legendary Nile Rogers.

A five album deal with Decca Records only resulted in one single release over three years, this motivated Kristyna to take charge over her career and it would seem that this was the right decision as 2013 saw the release of her independent debut single - A Cover of the Style Council Classic - The Paris Match, which Paul well described as absolutely stunning.

2014 saw the release of her debut album Pinch Me Quick, which was produced by Grammy Award Winning Producer Ken Nelson.

Kristyna Myles has just released her second album - Paint A Brighter Day through her own label Take Note Recordings and it has already charted at 16 in the Official Independent Album Breakers Chart.

Mobo Nominee Kristyna is the lyrical genius behind the Pledge Music funded album and along with Mercury Prize Nominated Producer Andy Ross they have created 11 spectacular melodies.

New Page begins the album with powerful vocals and a lively melody.

I'm Getting Rid Of This is a upbeat number with captivating instrumentals, first class lyrics and a wondrous performance on the vocal front.

Heaven Knows has a Gospel/Soul vibe to it and thumbs up to the delightful instrumental arrangement.

Drop Me A Line showcases the beautiful sounds of a bass guitar and also a brass arrangement whilst Kristyna delivers out of this world vocals.

Autumn has a softer feel to it thanks to the choice of instruments, which make this melody a musical work of art.

It's Not About You is a uplifting tune with its cheerful melody and motivational lyrics, a real tonic to ensure good spirits all round.

I Guess I'll Never Know serves up energetic beats thick and fast whilst Kristyna's vocals and lyrics are both on point as always.

A Change Is Gonna Come showcases this talented musician's ability to effortlessly get us stomping our feet with her energetic melodies.

Garment Of Shame has a mostly gentler feel to it thanks to the slower tempo and laid back vocals and instrumentals, however towards the end of the song the tempo gets cranked up and we're treated to energetic guitar riffs.

Halfway delivers not only another outstanding and upbeat tune but also more elegant lyrics for our auditory pleasure.

Heavy On My Soul concludes this magnificent album with a beautiful song, which delivers both a captivating melody but more of this Singer/Songwriter's unique and inimitable Gospel style and also a big round of applause to those amazing Guitar riffs.

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Post By - Boulent Mustafa

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