SINGLE REVIEW: Do You Wanna Dance by Tarini

Emerging Australian music artist Tarini has just released Do You Wanna Dance, a minimalistic alt R&B track that highlights the vocal prowess of this new talent as well as her knack for writing intimate yet universally appealing songs with hooks, a seductive groove and a sense of fresh sophistication. Tarini has honed her writing skills and blended them to a tender yet expressive R&B aesthetic, turning the tale of a troubled relationship on its head to reveal an uncanny ability to fuse emotional strength to ethereal pop dynamics. As Tarini says about Do You Wanna Dance, ‘I wrote this song in my car. I was really overwhelmed and consumed by a situation one of my good friends was stuck in. It’s about the kind of romance where you long so deeply for someone and regardless of how beautiful the actual connection between you and this person is, this said person is always pulling you and the relationship into a negative space and complicating things.’ With a production that harnesses layers of soothing, sensual vocals with radio friendly rhythmic textures, Do You Wanna Dance is imbued with sparse beauty and evocative presence, paving the way for Tarini to make a real mark on the Australian music world. With an unsuspecting keys and vocal intro that instantly conjures a deep mood of intimacy and mystery, Do You Wanna Dance evolves into a mesmerising style incorporating intelligent instrumentation, a luscious spread of backing vocals and Tarini’s appealing cadences. It won’t be a surprise to hear this track getting blasted on mainstream radio and making attracting a huge number of streaming playlists; it’s sleek and subtle R&B pop and sure win over a legion of fans for this exciting new performer. As Tarini says about her new release, ‘Music is incredible. I am so lucky to have the ability to express myself through something as powerful and universal as music and I am so excited to finally share such an important part of myself’.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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