Music: Isaac Sasson – Cantos Campesinos EP

Olindo Records, a record label formed from the people behind Colectivo Futuro, have released new tracks from Caracas based multi-instrumentalist and composer Isaac Sasson. The project is titled Cantos Campesinos EP and features the talented musician singing ethereally over heavy percussive instruments and soulful guitar leads.

“Paseo en un sueño” is a groovy, guitar-driven track that features subtle percussion, with a gorgeous melody being played by the talented musician.  “Canción para mi familia, Venezuela” is a beautiful track, with wind instruments as well as percussion giving the track a meditative groove. This is taken a step further with the tremendous, bass-heavy Hector Plimmer remix of “Cantos Campesinos.” The grooves and rhythm of this track makes it perfect for dancefloors all around the world, as he brings subtle synths and electronic effects to his remix. It’s a soulful piece of music from a talented London-based producer. Overall, this short 3-track EP is an excellent introduction to Isaac Sasson’s music, and I hope to hear more from him soon.

Listen to Isaac Sasson’s amazing Cantos Campesinos EP below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Olindo Records.

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