Artist Review #2: Melvin Fromm Jr.

Review by: Justyn Brodsky


We are more than happy to bring back humble Artist & Composer Melvin Fromm Jr. with a new single, “Colorful Fall Luck Life”.

Most likely taking an imagery-driven influence from the Fall Season, this single is once again another great smooth and catchy composition from Fromm with very dynamic use of Violin as the song’s lead instrument.

The Bossa-Nova 4/4 tempo fits beautifully with the clean Alt/Soft-Rock guitar swells that carry the rhythm section, and leaves great room for the lead violin to really showcase its many angles. It has a very cinematic feel and could definitely be heard in a Soundtrack or movie score, and even lends a foreign substance from the violin’s foreground. The chemistry is something that definitely catches the ear and makes you want to wander through Fromm‘s catalogue of compositions. Maybe perhaps hear what other tricks he might have up his sleeve.

The song’s title definitely does justice; the sound is colorful, the season of Fall easily blends into the imagery, and Luck Life seems to be Melvin Fromm‘s mantra, from what we’ve heard and seen of him so far. As of right now, we are looking forward to hearing and seeing more from him. For another one of Fromm‘s colorful compositions, we reviewed him about a month back for his first contribution. And we are elated he’s still doing what it sounds like he does best in music!

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