New Music Critique: Sin Amor

Production8
Lyrics7
Music7
Vocals8
Musicianship7
7.4

Sin Amor’s combination of ambient mystery and ethereal falsetto makes his songs transporting and evocative, ideal as cinematic accompaniment. One can feel the influence of Biosphere and Eluvium in “An Effigy To Breathing,” an instrumental that sets a haunting, entrancing tone. The artist’s eerie, angelic falsetto graces “Sea Hymn,” a mood piece with good pacing. (Fans of Bon Iver especially might like that one.) Sin Amor takes a bolder vocal stance on “Chrysalis” and wisely alters the song’s overall pace. On the upside, this Bristol, U.K. artist has the skills to weave rich tapestries of sound that are extraordinarily moody and pleasant. At the end of the day, however, we could not identify a standout tune.

Contact: cwhichelopage@gmail.com
Web: sinamorofficial.bandcamp.com
Seeking: Film/TV, Booking
Style: Indie/Ambient/Folk