EZA is the alias of one Ellery Bonham a Nashville accured electronic pop artiste who is offering a little bit of light into the world by way of her soothing electronic imaginings, born out of the condition synaesthesia (a condition in which one type of stimulation evokes the sensation of another, as when the hearing of a sound produces the visualization of a colour).
There is plenty to love about EZA’s colour ways of down beat composition and magnetic attractive melody too, in that these strengths go hand in hand to produce emotively cascading pieces of pure fluidity within their palliatively ambient choice of styling arrangement.
In the circumstances of new single “We Keep The Lights Out”, it is with a distinctive underlying melancholy that brings EZA’s grasp of evocative melody full-circle, enveloped in a sparkling array of mildly euphoric synth production and vocal looping. Further giving off a sensually appealing aura of some otherworldly spellbinding disposition.
There is much to suggest that EZA has harnessed the sense of worth of wistfully captivating sophistication. It brings such a broad en masse appeal, that I forsee even the most untethered soul being brought to it’s knees, completely surrendering in a gush of audio love upon EZA’s over-ridingly blissful music and deeply emotively charged, electronic beat magic.