Sarantos was hand picked and invited to perform at this week-long festival in Toronto. The Toronto music festival is well known around the world. It focuses on up and coming bands and helps these artists get massive international exposure. This venue has helped successfully launch many famous careers.
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Bio: Sarantos Bio
Sarantos finally released his long-awaited and eagerly anticipated 1st solo artist music album on November 18th 2014. The diversity on this CD was crazy as Sarantos tackled almost every genre imaginable ranging from pop, rock, jazz, rap and country.
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“What opens the song is a powerful hook that simply does not quit. Rhythmically the song is propulsive refusing to let up for any reason. The song’s build is quite impressive as it has a certain dubstep flavor that informs the sound. Lots of distortion helps to further define the song as the low end is particularly satisfying. By letting all of this simply build up the song grows ever larger. Eventually the song builds up into an unstoppable force. For all the volume (and this is a song that demands to be played loudly) there is an strong attention to detail, with little melodies and gradual shifts that help keep the song deeply engaging. On the final stretch of “I Sing” Sarantos completely lets loose. Everything is let go for an absolutely entrancing race to the finish. With “I Sing” Sarantos is able to show off his more playful side, both musically and lyrically.”