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Deb Oh and the Cavaliers - Crescendo

Deb Oh and the Cavaliers - Crescendo

Jan 05, 2013

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Why do we like this?

NYC's Deb Oh and the Cavaliers have constructed a beautifully orchestrated track called "Crescendo" that I hope you Shufflers will enjoy as much as I do.

Deb Oh's vocals lead the way through the thick waves of instruments that delicately prance around her milky tone. As soon as I heard this song, I was reminded of Norah Jones. There's an infectiously calming effect that this song projects so soothingly. While there are a lot of instruments to account for, the execution of them as a whole is still soft and gentle on the ears. This track is truly a modern take on an easy-listening orchestral indie song, with a tinge of soul.

"Crescendo" is taken from the band's Cold Glory EP, but don't forget to make note of Deb Oh and the Cavaliers' Hieroglyphs EP release this coming February. It's their first official EP as a band, and I can't wait to hear what they've got up their sleeves. Stay tuned!

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