Kendl - Manyara
As I sit here and listen to Kendl’s latest release, “Manyara” I’m blown away by the natural and emotionally charging flow this arrangement has. From the delicate and enticing intro to the uptempo and eclectic synths that come into focus later in the song, Kendl has captured my attention with this stunning soundscape.
Based in Australia, Kendl (Jesse Kendal) creates unique and colorful environments with every song he crafts. “Manyara” features different elements from an organic and warm rhythm section to the clean and deep hitting synths that float above, it’s a wonderful hybrid of genres and sounds.
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