The enchanting style of Alina Baraz is a lot like her latest single, Candy Coated Toxin. She may seem harmless and fluttery at first (just take a look at the serene artwork) but be warned, her raspy yet velvety-smooth style is like poison; you won’t be able to stop listening. Producer Brad Puette’s calming, ambient boardwork proves Baraz with an intricate platform to shine, which is remarkably different from her piano-based Booth debut, Roses Dipped In Gold. Baraz demonstrates the same hauntingly beautiful style, but the song has a totally different vibe that shows both her range and ability to compliment any type of production. Alina is busy working on a currently unscheduled EP, but expect to hear more from the rising star very soon.
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Written by Lucas G. on 03/3/13
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