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"Natural sound. Natural voice. Natural beauty. And a natural altogether.

 

This is some dynamically fresh fruit for the ear with Trynket‘s very eclectic, electric, and tropical sound integrated with that irresistible pop sensibility. Her single “Inday From Cebu” is a very uplifting track with a strong showcase of vocal range, natural talent, well polished production value, and a very dynamic approach to tackling the pop genre without overproduction theatrics that can tend to diminish the nature of an Artist’s natural gift of talent.

 

The auto-tune has been placed on hold for this track, and rightly so. Without pitch correction and over compression in the post production stages, you get to hear Trynket‘s voice soar through this track; first giving off a calm and collective tone to her mature vocal ambience, and shortly after hitting you with a very powerful vocal range with the perfect layer of chorus and reverb to compliment her naturally gifted sound that makes you even more interested as the track progresses.

 

There are so many key factors and compliments in the songwriting; the progressions are catchy and well placed, the melody that is beautifully placed over the progressions are gracefully eclectic and have a brilliant sensibility to them, and there’s harmonies in exactly the right places. 

 

I can definitely grasp the depth of a track like this; everything from the lyrical content to the production value which shares perfect parallels in brilliance, originality, character, showcase, and overall nature of Trynket‘s blissful and refreshing natural sound. This is something perfect for a summer soundtrack, movie soundtrack, and has that ability to be placed just about anywhere. Trynket is an Artist that definitely has big things on the horizon, and this single definitely showcases her ability beautifully. If her main goal was to blow minds by showing off her god’s gift of vocal ability, mission accomplished. I anticipate highly what tricks Trynket has up her sleeve in the shortcoming."

Milquetoast Dies at the End

 

"Trynket - Inday from Cebu (2015)

 

Rating: A

 

The first thing that struck me about Inday From Cebu was the level of respect. There’s a drive to be light and airy on modern pop music, but the depth of emotion on Trynket’s debut EP was immediately evident. Synthpop has a tendency to fall into either the “PARTY FUN WHO CARES YEAH!” side, or the “stock introspective sadness over a boy” side. Trynket managed to avoid both of those pitfalls by making incredibly honest, yet incredibly fun songs. By letting the gushy indulgence fall away, the album was smart. I found myself listening to the words and the musical shifts, rather than simply bobbing to the beat. I appreciated the poetic articulation, rather than some vague jam. I learned where Cebu is. It’s uncommon for a debut or an EP to be as fully realized as Trynket managed on her debut EP. Oftentimes, an EP serves as little more than a loose demo for an artist, teasing a general sound, and promising strong potential in future releases. Inday From Cebu is a full work in its own right. These aren’t teaser tracks, and this isn’t a teaser album. I certainly hope to see more of Trynket, but to only say “good things are in store” is to ignore the pure talent that shone through on this EP.

 

Trynket approaches musical blending differently on Inday From Cebu. Blending may not even the the correct word, because “blending” implies something (maybe negative) about the purity of the sounds themselves. This EP isn’t a pile of half-complete attempts at multiple genres. It doesn’t blend as much as it shifts. Demonstrating a strong mastery of styles, the songs go from ‘80s synth bits, to trap, to hip-hop drums, into big pop hooks. Each element has its place and practice clearly defined. Trynket isn’t afraid of time and pacing, and rather than rushing through a half-baked blend, every element is recognized and offered a respectful nod. The lyrics tie the entire composition together, serving as both the frame and the picture in this triumphant debut."

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