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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.

 

 

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.”