Micayl – Indigo (Review)

Singer and producer Micayl presents his third single, Indigo. Fixated in a jazz-influenced piano and stripped down arrangement, the sensitive number sets against a snare-heavy Bossanova groove. Featuring one of Spain’s hidden treasures Henrio, Indigo delves into self-discovery and self-realisation. Micayl’s musical style is diverse, varied and includes influences from Miles Davis and John Coltrane to present icons Tom Misch and Jordan Rakei. Never one to be constrained by boundaries, Micayl often moves between musical projects and social circles at once. He is also a member of the Blue Blood Collective founded by Spilt Milk Society frontman Harry Handford, as we as a session pianist for artists around Europe.

Indigo presents itself on a silver platter, ready to indulge in. It’s the perfect number to stick on your chilled playlist when you’re feeling like you need a little pick me up. Indigo is forming the first of a 6 part collaborative concept EP informed by Walt Whitmans “Oh Me, Oh Life”, which is due to be released early 2020. That’s something to look forward to in 2020. 

Score: 4/5

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