Jasmine Crowe Skeleton Single Review

Skeleton is the latest effort from California’s Jasmine Crowe, and the track does tremendously in blending together pop, indie, and EDM into a hard-hitting track. The harmonies of Crowe during Skeleton are fantastic, ensuring that listeners will be singing along after a few listens. Where many tracks merely use instrumentation as a backdrop for the vocals, there is a robustness to the arrangement here that pushes Crowe’s voice to the heavens. The track utilizes a blend of different styles and sounds to keeps the energy of the composition high from beginning to end, while the disparate elements are melded together into a cogent track by the skilled Crowe.

NeuFuturJasmineCroweSkeletonHints of Katy Perry, Rihanna, and Taylor Swift can be heard in Crowe’s vocals, but the track successes as she puts in her own spirit top each note. The track’s more toward a tenderer and breathy side keeps listeners firmly on the edges of their seats. A twinkling synthesizer sound is paired with a deep and heavy bass line, while the percussion punches through at all of the right point. The production of Skeleton allows every one of the track’s many elements to work together without sounding cluttered; this is an effort that shows Crowe’s considerable chops. While there are nods to current and contemporary music, Jasmine makes this into something that sounds sleek, futuristic, and as a result has considerable replay value for anyone fortunate enough to listen to the cut.

For more information about Jasmine Crowe and her latest music, make it a point to visit her domain or social media profiles. Skeleton is a single that we will playing in high rotation in NeuFutur headquarters through fall and into the winter months.

Rating: 8.5/10

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Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University.

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