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Maini Sorri - Bring Me HomeMaini‘s pop/rock/dance album Bring Me Home got wonderful reviews.

Tunedloud wrote in the review of Bring Me Home on September 15th: “This might be Maini Sorri best album.”…”The songs grow with each play, becoming increasingly transfixing, drawing the listener in with their spiral soundscapes and employing Maini Sorri’s high-pitched vocals to great, yet subtle, effect.”

“This is as downright amazing as it could have been. There’s just so many ideas in the heads of Maini Sorri and her collaborators that 6 tracks just doesn’t seem enough. There’s depth, intensity, emotion, and interesting collaborations on offer, which ticks all the boxes for an extremely memorable recording from Maini Sorri.”

Read the whole review here

Rebecca Cullen at Stereo Stickman wrote in the review on September 19th:

” The title track from the project introduces things in a bold way, showcasing retro dance synths and a rising intensity, all woven in among a delicately optimistic and uplifting soundscape – with a vocal line that’s as delicate and smooth as you might find in ambient trip-hop. The euro-dance vibe is strong but it comes with a level of heart and depth on this particular single. There’s truth in the songwriting and this adds a lot of value and further intensifies that energizing feeling of possibility.”

Read the whole review here

Bandcampdiaries wrote in the review on September 10th:

“Maini Sorri is definitely one of the most diverse and forward-thinking artists I’ve had the chance to discover in recent years. She is always keen on experimenting with a wide variety of different genres, often exposing different creative possibilities and setting the bar higher in terms of what it is possible with music, often collaborating with different artists and songwriters along the way.”

Read the whole review here

Maini Sorri - Bring Me HomeMaini Sorri – Bring Me Home (Official Music Video) was released on September 17th 2018. The music video is produced by Levmusic, Israel.

Bring Me Home is the title track from Maini‘s pop/rock/dance album Bring Me Home. The video producer Levmusic really told the true story of Maini’s adventure and added amazing nature scenes to it.

Vocals and music are by Maini Sorri, lyrics by Gary Cornman USA, Co-Produced by Brian LaneseOrlando Mestre USA, Mixed and Mastered Brian Lanese. All instruments performed and recorded by Orlando Mestre. Bring Me Home album was released on September 20th 2018. The label behind the release is Reya music, Sweden.

Maini Sorri - Bring Me HomeMaini Sorri‘s new pop/rock/dance album Bring Me Home is released on September 20th 2018.

Brian Lanese from Los Angeles contacted Maini Sorri by email in 2015, to be considered for the opportunity to produce her next record. The co-work started immediately resulting in the Bring Me Home album.

Brian Lanese is a three time Emmy Award winner and lead singer in the multiple Grammy-nominated LA band Permanent Ability. Band’s guitarist Orlando Mestre, the co-producer, arranger and instrumentalist of the album, has participated in “America’s Got Talent” and toured around the world.

The title song Bring Me Home is based on a true story that Maini told Gary Cornman from USA. Gary, the lyricist of all the songs on the album, surprised Maini by writing a poem about her adventure that Maini then composed.

All songs on the album, except Bring Me Home, have previously been released as singles. Lost Love (Dance Remix) climbed on two national DRT Top Charts for 5000+ radio stations in June 2015. Lost Love is featured amongst the incredible 50 song soundtrack in the stunning videogame The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor. Label is Reya music.

Listen to Bring Me Home album on Spotify

Bring Me Home is also available around the world here: Amazon, iTunes, 7 Digital, Google Play, Tidal and Claro Musica in South America.
Read more about Maini Sorri, Brian Lanese, Orlando Mestre and Permanent Ability.

 

 

Maini Sorri - When Two Worlds Meet Album Front Cover - Normal SizeLong Live The King (Official Music Video) was released on July 11th 2018 and produced by Trustudios in UK. This is the second video from “Maini Sorri & Magneto Dayo – When Two Worlds Meet” pop/hiphop/rock album, released on May 23rd 2018.

Check up this amazing club video and join the party on Youtube here

Music, lyrics & instrumental by Magneto Dayo (Dashawn Williams) Brooklyn, New York.

The label behind the album release is Reya music, Sweden.

20180728_160812 Moremore Sound Review photo 600Review of Maini Sorri & Magneto Dayo – When Two Worlds Meet was published in More More Sound on May 24th 2018. Here are some quiotes:

“Maini Sorri & Magneto Dayo are two talented artists with different music backgrounds and styles. Yet, their amazing sensibilities are a perfect match, and together the pair set out to create wonderful music with a rather unique feel.”

“Their most recent studio release is a fantastic album featuring 10 songs.”

“Maini has a really stunning vocals, which is easily recognizable and very distinctive. She obviously puts a lot of heart into her work, and Magneto complements her beautifully with a strong vision and an amazing approach to music, bringing his hip-hop and R&B influences to the table, further enriching the group’s artistic vision.”

“The quality of the mix in this release is particularly excellent. Every track is really balanced, and there is a strong attention to the sonic details in this release.”

You can read the whole review here.

Maini Sorri - When Two Worlds Meet Album Front Cover - Normal SizeMaini Sorri  & Magneto Dayo released a pop/hiphop/rock  album “When Two Worlds Meet” on May 23rd 2018. Magneto Dayo is rap/hiphop artist from Brooklyn, New York. Maini Sorri is pop/electronica/rock artist from Sweden. Magneto Dayo contacted Maini on Twitter and wanted to do a song together, after having listened to Maini’s songs.

Their two previous pop singles, Blue Song (2014) and Second Chance (2016) are included on the new album. Both singles made it to DRT National Airplay Top 200 Chart for multiple genres.

Alongside the inclusion of our two previous singles Blue Song and Second Chance, they introduce each other to each other’s tracks. There is also two solo tracks on the album,  Museum of Bass by Magneto Dayo and Lost Love by Maini Sorri. Brian Lanese and Orlando Mestre  from Grammy nominated LA-band Permanent Ability co-produced Lost Love.

You can listen to When Two Worlds Meet on Spotify and Bandcamp. It is available on webshops worldwide, for eg. itunes and Amazon.

Maini and Magneto won Arzuk Music Award 2017 in Best Hip-Hop/Freestyle category.

The label behind the release is Reya music from Sweden.

20180728_135537 Tunedloud reviewpic 800Review of When Two Worlds Meet was published in Tunedloud on May 21st 2018. You can read the whole review “Maini Sorri & Magneto Dayo – When Two Worlds Meet – A Global Sound” here.

Here are some quiotes:

“After having listened to her songs, Magneto Dayo contacted Maini Sorri on Twitter, with the desire to do a track together. They ended up putting together a 10 track album, “When Two Worlds Meet”, released via the Reya Music Label, and winning the Arzuk Music Award 2017 in the Best Hip-Hop/Freestyle category.”

“Some artists or albums can hit you so hard on a personal level that you can’t help but fall for them at first listen. Such is my liaison with Maini Sorri. Maini’s voice is such that it blends perfectly with the many varied instrumentation of her compositions.”

“With her breathtaking synthesis of Pop, Rock, and Electronic music, she has enthralled many, and now on “When Two Worlds Meet”, she takes her airy angelic voice deep into urban music territory.”

“He’s hard, she’s soft. He’s tough, she’s gentle. He gets down, she moves up. He’s the earth, she’s the sky. Together they represent the Yin and Yang in every song, completely confirming the theory of how seemingly opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent, and how they may give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another.”

” Maini sings sweet melody lines with the elegance of a sea nymph, while Magneto releases a stream of consciousness with his streetwise wordplay, attractive rhyme schemes and smooth vocal flow.”

“This is an album built to be consumed with as many speakers as your room can hold – the beats, the voices, the atmosphere and overall beauty overwhelming your senses and painting lush rhythmic landscapes in your mind.”

20180702_153008 Kulturbloggen foto 180518Review of When Two Worlds Meet was published in Kulturbloggen (Culture Blog) on May 18th 2018, by Petter Stjernstedt. You can read the whole review in Swedish here:

Here are some quiotes, translated into English by Google and Maini:

“Uppsala and Brooklyn. Synth and metropolis rap. Two worlds meet when Finnish Swedish Maini Sorri and American Magneto Dayo beat their bags together. With 20 singles and 5 albums behind her, Uppsala-based Maini Sorri, 57 years old, was looking for something new. At the same time on the other side of the globe in the hipster neighborhood of Brooklyn, an enthusiastic Magneto Dayo is listening to Maini. He loves the music and contacts her immediately. Maini and Dayo decide to meet. And four years later, the duo has completed his first joint album…”

“Dayo is famous rapper and producer, who has written and produced for many great artists in the hip hop scene. With his quick jaw and big vocabulary, he gives weight to the production. And Maini with her unique voice adds an elegance. Magnetos rap and Mainis synth create exciting dynamics…”

“Blue Song was released in 2014 and quickly climbed up on the National Airplay Top Charts list. It’s a dance-like piece where the tough reggae is mixed with dance hall and electro. “Second Chance” puts a nice synth-breaks across the beats.”

“When Two Worlds Meet”, the great highlight of the album, is the modern Kendrik Lamar that hits perfectly.”

“Together, they explore conventions and clamps with resolute strides over established domains. “When Two Worlds Meet” is an album with a big courage. When two worlds meet, beautiful things can happen. In these times of tightened migration policy and xenophobia, it is a message we cannot hear too many times.”

You can read the whole review, translated into English on review section of Maini Sorri’s website here

Maini Sorri - When Two Worlds Meet Album Front Cover - Normal SizeWhen Two Worlds Meet (Official Music Video) was released on May 17, 2018 and produced by Truestudios, UK.Music and Lyrics by Dashawn Williams from the US and instrumental by A 1 Beats from the US.

This is the first video from “Maini Sorri & Magneto Dayo – When Two Worlds Meet” album, released on May 23rd 2018. The label behind the release is Reya music, Sweden.

You can watch the Official Music Video on Youtube here

UNT Artikel 180509 Uppsalamusiker sjunger med USA-rappareUpsala Nya Tidning wrote on May 9th 2018 (translated by Google and Maini):
Uppsala musician sings with USA rapper

Uppsala artist Maini Sorri is about to release a new album. The album title is “When Two Worlds Meet” and it will be released on May 23rd. Maini Sorri has made the album together with the American rapper Dashawn Dayo with artist name Magneto Dayo. The co-operation became reality since the American contacted Maini Sorri on twitter after hearing her music. The two worlds that meet are Uppsala and Brooklyn. Maini Sorri has previously released 20 singles and six albums.”

Published in Upsala Nya Tidning on May 9th.

Photo: Johan Zetterlund

If you are subsriber of Upsala Nya Tidning, you can read the article here

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