Keez’s ‘Water Creatures’ infuses R&B with funk

Most people these days dismiss electronic music, deeming it not as worthwhile to listen to as other more serious music available. We call bogus on those people as many don’t bother to listen to or just judge something they haven’t listened to. Keez’s Water Creatures is electronic, infused with R&B and funk and it is worth listening. With 15 tracks running at over an hour, it’s a listening pleasure to sit back and hear these songs get you in a mood to dance.

Water Creatures isn’t 100 percent electronic but it is definitely the overpowering theme on this captivating album. Plenty of uptempo sounds, well produced beats, and as a whole, it’s well put together album track by track. Each song nicely blends into the other, and with the lack of filler material, this album easily qualifies as one of electronic music’s best albums of late.

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Author: Rob Perez

Rob Perez is a freelance writer who has been with The Music Universe early on. As a Correspondent for The Music Universe, you will find him writing reviews and live tweeting awards shows.

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