It’s possible Brendan Lane has had his whole life conditioning him to become a musician. With a jazz musician as a dad, records to dive into and discovering his styles of music-inspiration could strike him from anywhere. Call him a marksman because he can shoot a rainbow into a bottle and sell it for half price. Here, you get to listen to some quality music-his latest single being the next cool curio you show your friends. This is One Life.
So there are thousand forms of fusion, or more. Most of them have been tried and tested. Nailing it like pepper to sweet corn soup, Brendan Lane creates the tangiest of grooves for his latest single. Featuring Quesmark, there is a trail mix of all kinds of magic in this. The chorus packs in an illegal amount of funk, and your magnetized head is soon a whirlpool for the kind of notes that are being played. You’d assume there must be a lot of complexity given his background, but that exists only in the tight execution. You find yourself humming the tune with a newfound infatuation for Brendan Lane’s music. There is a possibility you’ll be air drumming, playing air bass or just buzzing with the fever of this track.
A classy movie I could associate this to is Your Place or Mine. The funky output is too riveting to ignore, and a wondrous theme might really kick in the events to have the desired domino effect. Listen to his ice-cold hit Grand Prize among others and bring in the funk by following him for more!