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Music Review: Dark by Saachi Sen - Pop - London, UK | SRL Reviews


26-02-2020 18:00 GMT

Music Reviews (February 2020) - Discover the best emerging, underground & upcoming Pop artists, bands & labels with reviews of the latest songs, albums & mixtapes, music videos, music playlists, live events/gigs, concerts/tours, & other entertainment from your favorite indie Pop performers & entertainers daily on SRL Music Reviews.
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Saachi Sen


Good pop

“Dark” is the latest release by London’s sweetheart Saachi Sen. Saachi made her debut with the release of “Heal” back in 2012 when she was still fresh out of high school and heading for university. She quickly gained the attention of the Capital’s most discerning live music venues and booking agents, and was able to secure a good number of gigs in and around the South East, where she became a sensation. Saachi is now gaining widespread recognition across the UK and performing at some of the most prestigious venues and festivals. The new record is evidence of her growth artistically over the years, and is one of those records that is so masterful yet so low-key that you'd think to yourself, “hey, how haven’t I heard this before?” It’s one of those songs that doesn’t beg for your attention but gains every shred of it just for that mere fact. If you go on the iTunes store to download it you’ll probably find it under “pop”, but this is bigger than pop in every way and in fact the label is more of an insult to the track than anything else – maybe adult contemporary or something that still has a little bit of dignity. We love pop music but there’s only so much "pink, pink, pink, everything pink - happy, happy, happy, everyone hates me - I hate everything but I love big butts" a music lover can take at some point before starting to crave something that actually makes sense. This is a really powerful song with passion, conviction, and it’s much bigger and louder vocally and production-wise than anything we’ve ever heard from the London singer songwriter. It’s poised to do well in both indie and mainstream circles.

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