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“Rare Groove,” Ari Joshua’s Latest Single

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Ari Joshua’s “Rare Groove” emerges as a vibrant celebration of jazz-funk fusion, a genre that dances on the edges of time. Following his previous hits like ‘Country Stroll,’ ‘Elephant Walk,’ ‘Soulmine,’ ‘Tooth and Nail,’ and ‘Mountain Song’ have amassed between 600k to 1 million streams. Joshua returns with this 4-minute and 6-second auditory odyssey that melds groovy jazz, funk, soul, and classic sounds into a cohesive whole.

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Ari, Delvon, Grant and Skerik

The track opens with face-melting guitars that set the stage for a nostalgic yet relaxing journey. The ensemble, featuring the talents of Skerik on saxophone, Delvon Lamarr on the Hammond organ, and Grant Schroff on drums, speaks a universal language of groove that resonates deeply with the listener’s soul.

Joshua’s guitar work is both commanding and tender, leading the ensemble with a grace that seems almost effortless. Lamarr’s organ hums with a warmth that fills the spaces between beats, while Skerik’s saxophone weaves layers of emotional depth with its rich, resonant tones. Schroff’s drums are not just keeping time; they’re narrating a story—one of passion, precision, and the pure joy of creation.

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Ari on Rare Groove Studio session

The production of “Rare Groove” is noteworthy, recorded with high-end vintage equipment that captures an authentic, raw sound that’s simultaneously polished—a tribute to the classics that have been sought after by audiophiles and music enthusiasts for generations.

As the track unfolds, listeners are invited to lose themselves in the ebb and flow of “Rare Groove,” a piece that stands as a testament to the timeless allure of its genre—a genre that refuses to be confined by the boundaries of time. It’s a piece that sounds with the soul’s yearning for rhythm and melody, a piece that is as intricate as it is accessible.

Lyrically, “Rare Groove” speaks without words. It’s an instrumental narrative that relies on the universal language of music to convey its message. A cerebral textured echo and expanding into dimensional acid jazz energy from the song’s description capture the essence of the experience. It’s a composition that doesn’t just play; it speaks to the listener, inviting them to interpret the story in their way.

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