The more I listened to his album the more I appreciated how artistic it is. While it has elements of R&B, it is not defined by them.
Andrew Mancilla conjures that heady mix of pheromones, cocktails, and infectious beats that envelope you in a dance club. His soulful falsetto leads the charge through a fantasyland.
“Ultimately, my new record Subtractive Color, is about fun, love, and youthful excitement. It’s about taking a limited set of emotions and creating a broad spectrum of vividly intense ones. Thus, the title.”
Andrew Mancilla conjures that heady mix of pheromones, cocktails, and infectious beats that envelope you in a dance club. His soulful falsetto leads the charge through a fantasyland. His new album Subtractive Color, out today, is a 10-track record of explosive musical sounds. Currently sharing 2 singles from the release "Rewire," and "It Wasn't Me," both prove to be prominent pieces that help bring the record to a deeper level of listening. Ready to start your weekend, grab your copy of Subtractive Color today via https://www.mancillamusic.com/ Listen to “Rewire” & “It Wasn’t Me” from Subtractive Color here: https://soundcloud.com/andrewmancilla
Andrew Mancilla - Subtractive Color
Electro-pop crooner Andrew Mancilla just released his much-anticipated new album Subtractive Color! The album conjures up an intoxicating mix of confident swagger and infectious beats that will have you dancing in no time, channeling a sound somewhere between Justin Timberlake and the Jackson 5. With a soulful, club-ready falsetto, Mancilla explains, “Ultimately, my new record is about fun, love and youthful excitement. It’s about taking a limited set of emotions and creating a broad spectrum of vividly intense ones.”
Why? The funky indie pop of up and coming singer/songwriter Andrew Mancilla blend perfectly with hip hop verses of Decora and together they turn “It wasn’t me” into one of those great surprises that simply pops out of nowhere but you just know you are in front of a winner. Listen, enjoy, share and then repeat for this track and these artists are going place and it is clear that the place is up.
Andrew Mancilla is a lawyer by day and a buzzworthy musician by night. Gearing up to release his new record, "Subtractive Color," he is taking over the stage at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 on Wednesday, May 3 (10pm). We had the please of speaking with Mancilla this week, leading up to the highly anticipated show. Dive in!