This new track “Locked” by “PcSavo” gives off some pretty great vibes from the very beginning. PcSavo, A young artist who turns feelings into music. He has no 1 set sound but you’re sure to know when he’s on the track. He made a stand for the misunderstood with his music because that is how he felt his whole life, but he never lost his love for the arts and music. So join him in creating what has never been heard and let’s give it to the world.
The musicality of the song has a really light-hearted yet bouncy and hopeful sort of ambiance. The music seems to be a little inspired by the trip-hop sound, a little influenced by hip-hop, and even underground music – in the summertime sounding energy of that synth riff and rhythm. All in all these things make for an unusual type of song, but it sounds great, and PcSavo’s voice has a smoothness to it – with just a little of that character that makes it his sound, his voice, recognizable and easy to listen to right the way through. The same goes for the rap performance that comes into play later on. It all fits really well within the walls of the track.
“Locked” is truly a beautiful piece of music that really requires you to take the time out to just sit back and experience it. The accompanying video enhances the effects superbly, with its equally natural simplicity, a slightly jarred reality expressed through minimal visual effects – as a complete piece of art it’s an incredibly well-crafted release.
The music has the potential to leave you feeling a little like something is missing from your life once the track has stopped. This effect is quite rare, and it’s a great one to have on an audience – inflicting upon listeners this undeniable desire to press play once again. There’s a feeling of safety in the sound, a comforting warmth that surrounds you and tells you about the world – without you having to go out and face it yourself; perhaps one of the more personal reasons why we love music so intensely and need it to be in our lives.
It’s a great song, really well written and superbly performed and polished. It’s fresh, it’s been flawlessly mixed and produced, and it’s something that fits easily and noticeably within any number of categories throughout the mainstream right now. There’s also a gentle nature to the voice in some ways, which adds to the appeal – the performance is confident and stylish, but it’s a quiet confidence, and an effortless style and this makes it even more interesting.