Los Angeles producer Mark Redito jumps back on the microphone with his latest offering ‘Everything Felt Right’, which drizzles in tropical and dance influences that provides an infectious groove that is accentuated through the effortless vocals depicting a tale of connecting with that someone special when you least expect it.
Redito lures you immediately with a sense of intrigue courtesy of the minimalistic build he provides that is incepted through the deep resonating percussion, combining with the tropical influenced keys sitting below the soft vocals which highlight the unforced nature lying inside the core of the track. As we progress towards the chorus, the intensity builds through the gated synths into the unique use of a metronome as the lead in for the bouncy drop full of raspy bass that blends with the off-kilter percussion that truly transcends the imagery within the lyrical content.
The accompanying video accentuates the party visuals centralised in the audio, whilst utilising images from the film ‘Bagets 2’ that Redito himself has edited cleverly to match the tropical/pop influence in the piece. With snippets of couples dancing, as well as playful passages of day to day life, Mark Redito has cleverly manipulated the footage to transcend the rush of feelings one may face when clicking with someone at first sight.