SAZ - On The Brink of Something Great
SAZ is Zane Morris and Kelvin Bueno, a duo of self producing musicians hailing from London, drawing inspiration from and inventively blending indie, soul, folk, jazz, acoustic, hip-hop and ambient elements to create gripping soundscapes.
From ethereal instrumentals and songwriting met with verses from featured artists such as Joe James, Miraa May, Airborn Gav & Kojey Radical, to gentle indie/folk-inspired guitar riffs and emotive lyrics that sound like your innermost thoughts out-loud.
Highlighted as a one to watch by Red Bull London, and featured on Grime Daily for Scum, the second single from Chances LP, and Call Back, to Transitions, Dread Full and this years The Great Escape, SAZ are musicians that both embody and rebel against London's underground DIY sound: They perform with a five piece band for live performance, and also do acoustic sets with portions of live producing via loop pedal performances.Undeniably, they are on the brink of something great.
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"Their music is an ethereal mix of indie and hip-hop, yet even these pigeonholes do not suffice in describing their sound. Blending their instrumental skills to weave acoustic instruments around ambient jazz scapes and soulful, dreamy melodies, SAZ are a musical Tardis of ideas, energy and life-affirming messages both in the studio and live onstage."
"Zane Morris and Kelvin Bueno have been branded as ‘One to Watch‘ by Red Bull Music London. Ahead of the full length album release of ‘22 Reasons to Stay‘, SAZ’s forthcoming EP entitled ‘Dread Full‘ is painted as an homage to fallen inspirations of theirs – from Chester Bennington to Mac Miller, celebrating their influence by fusing their sounds in unique ways...
SAZ have become embraced as pioneers in their own right – a constantly evolving project which embraces a soft and seductive blend of indie and acoustic, bound together with elements of hip-hop. A sumptuous blend of sentimental songwriting overlaid with an eclectic mix of ethereal instruments and folk-inspired guitar riffs that detail an ambience which is synonymous with London’s underground music scene that, in turn, detail images of vibrant landscapes and sultry road trips."