REVIEW album Marsha Swanson Near Life Experience

Marsha Swanson's "Near Life Experience"

Near Life Experience

Marsha Swanson

Marsha Swanson’s latest album, “Near Life Experience,” is a trip through the lens of a progressive-pop artist who laces personal experiences into musical delights. Hailing from London, Swanson delivers a heartfelt and soulful release that resonates with authenticity and emotion. It’s evident that she poured her heart and soul into every note, creating a record that mirrors the highs and lows of life.

The album’s standout tracks, “Facing Life” and “Making Waves,” pin-point Swanson’s ability to craft compelling narratives through her music. “Facing Life” confronts the challenges and complexities of existence, while “Making Waves” paints a vivid picture of forging one’s path and leaving a lasting impact. These tracks, among others, demonstrate Swanson’s versatility and command over the progressive-pop genre.

As I immersed myself in the album, I couldn’t help but draw parallels between Marsha Swanson and iconic artists like Kate Bush. There’s a magnetic quality to Swanson’s sound that suggests she’s on the cusp of making a significant mark in the progressive-pop scene. “Near Life Experience” feels like just the beginning of what promises to be a remarkable career for Swanson.