Barry Hudson - Taylor - Motion
Review: Barry Hudson - Taylor - Motion
Within the opening moments of “Motion” by composer and producer, Barry Hudson - Taylor, there is a playful and light hearted feeling that welcomes the listener into a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. The way in which the notes echo and bounce off one another creates a unique sense of rhythm that I quite adore.
It’s a refreshing piece from the neo-classical scene as it also features minimal elements of ambient-electronica. Whether you’re studying or trying to relax after a stressful day at work, there’s something very inspiring and hopeful about this beautiful track. As Barry Hudson - Taylor put it, “I guess this song is my perception of what paradise feels like. No stresses at all.”
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