Versatility is an important aspect of contemporary music. Innovative musicians create superb musical parts by combining two or more genres of melodic components. Monsieur Job’s magnificent soundscape has conveyed their hopeful talent. They recently published “Musica para mi Madre,” an album full in extraordinary rhythmic tastes achieved through smart chord structures and innovative orchestration. The record is a Theatrical Production Honoring the Positive Influence of Bandleader Toby Halguin’s Mother – and Mother Earth – on His Musical and Spiritual Evolution.
What I admire best about their music is the variety of sounds and the producer’s no-holds-barred approach to innovation. It’s remarkable to stumble across such tremendously gifted artists who can take you around the world simply by listening to their music. The album features 25 tracks with a similar effect. Some of the greatest are “Da-funk,” “Rapsodia,” “Madrid 87,” “I Dream in Colors,” and “Changes.”
Monsieur Job shows off their skills as superb producers and songwriters. Their album is certain to strike a chord with a large number of individuals who will be able to relate to them on a variety of levels. Monsieur Job appreciates diverse music, fusing the album’s many tones and moods.