On October 7, 2022, Cayetano releases his new album “A Million Faces.” The album is eclectic and deep, and authentically artistic. It features classical guitars, pianos, drums, clarinets and many basic orchestral instruments mixed with generators and electronic beats. Cayetano’s new album is a departure from his last concept album “Melanie,” which was more classically oriented.
Cayetano sticks to the sound that established him in the music world, romantic, cinematic and sometimes rebellious. He borrows stories from everyday life and the places he visits from time to time, translating them into notes and narrating them himself. His new album is an interesting mix of Jazz with Rock and electronics, always through a cinematic prism. Whether you’re a fan of electronic music or not, Cayetano’s new album is definitely worth a listen.
Cayetano – A Million Faces.
The album review for A Million Faces is up, and it’s a banger! This record is full of Elias Lambropoulos’ (The Creative Bastart) best work yet. The cover art is incredible and really sets the tone for the album. It was recorded at Studio Grain and Polytropon and mastered by Timewarp Mastering – you can tell they put a lot of time and effort into making this album perfect. If you’re a fan of good music, you need to check this out. It’s available on limited edition 12″ vinyl and as a digital download. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed.
Who is Cayetano?
Cayetano is a true musical adventurer. He’s a multi-instrumentalist, producer, DJ and sound designer who you can find in the most unusual places around the world. Everything inspires him, from local markets and great songs to bad flights during his travels. He has a unique ability to take all of these experiences and turn them into something beautiful and new. Whether he’s performing on stage or crafting a new soundscape in the studio, Cayetano is always pushing boundaries and expanding our idea of what music can be.
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