After listening to Sapphire Adizes music one cannot help but be left with an impenetrable sense of intrigue. The Californian-based producer, though still much of an enigma, has experienced remarkable success, from joining the Chainsmokers in the studio to co-writing Berhana‘s EP with over sixty million Spotify streams at just the age of twenty.
In his latest track: “Birth”, Adizes draws on his background in classical and jazz music to deliver a compelling, narrative-driven work, written to convey the story of the mysterious composer’s life.
“The sound of my life is so much bigger than an orchestra. If I could use any sort of sound to make music, why would I limit myself to the sound of a diminished chord or a saxophone or a piano? Why not seek out the most powerful sound? What about the sound of my being born?” – Sapphire Adizes
Trademarked by Adizes’ memorable sax lines and jazzy progressions, “Birth” both challenges and captivates listeners through its brilliant orchestral arrangement and contemplative atmosphere. Downtempo sounds and mellow vibes that soften to an undulating flow, render this work nothing less than an expansive masterpiece.
Listeners are in for an introspective ride with this track, as once again Sapphire Adizes never ceases to impress, proving himself to be a musical Renaissance man of sorts and most certainly an artist to look out for in the future.