Warm In The Valley, the latest single from Gabe Reali is one of my pop standouts of the year so far.
Co-written by Reali & Alex Reininga (look out for his music later this year as Alex Perry – it’s very good) and produced by Keelan, the track is a crisply produced, addicting pop moment that sets up Reali to be one of the most exciting young artists coming out of Los Angeles right now.
In an Instagram post, Gabe had this to say about the track, “this song is super special to me, it’s addresses being torn between pursuing your dreams in the city, and missing how simple life used to be. if you’re lucky enough to find people who make you feel at home, it’s a whole lot easier to find your way while still staying true to who you are as a person. don’t lose sight of the important things in life. keep your friends/family close an things’ll be alright 🙂 “
That lovely sentiment translates perfectly into an equally lovely listening experience.
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter continues to impress with this slick pop slice, which he says "addresses being torn between pursuing your dreams in the city, and missing how simple life used to be. If you're lucky enough to find people who make you feel at home, it's a whole lot easier to find your way while still staying true to who you are as a person."
The amount of incredible R&B coming out recently has got me feeling all sorts of sexy. While the new contemporary R&B sound relies heavily on Electronicproduction, that doesn’t take away from the scene – in fact some could argue the new wave is breathing new life into a genre that was losing steam.
LA based Gabe Reali has recently released his debut single, “Oceans”, and it is a solid first release in what will hopefully be a long run and successful career. Along with the single caME some remixes including this joint from K33LAN…
Quickly after pressing play, there was no question I was going to have to show some love. While Gabe croons on the vocals with an authentic and powerful performance, K33LAN flips the track with a smooth and soulful production that brings a whole new energy to the release.
Muted keys set the tone while atmospheric vocal samples, snapping percussion and bright synths pepper the track. The track picks up with some Trap infused drums and a catchy and seductive hook. While Gabe Reali questions, “How deep can we go”, the listener is pulled in and turned on through the emotive production and precision vocals.
If this is what we can expect going forward from Gabe Reali, things are about to get sexier in 2018.
Although Santa Barbara is a respectively small town, it is known for some of the best live music venue pockets in California. Boasting the intimate yet extravagant Santa Barbara bowl all the way down to the world famous (thank you Katy Perry) Wildcat lounge and Restaurant/Music Lounge: Soho Santa Barbara. Gabe Reali is no novice when it comes to these venues and with the release of his debut single 'Oceans', brought it home to one of his favorite spots for a show.
Gabe Reali had his debut Los Angeles performance at the famous Genghis Cohen on Fairfax. In addition to premiering his debut single 'Oceans' live, he also performed a handful of other unreleased originals. Jacob Greenspan of The Neighborhood Thieves accompanied on the guitar.
Santa Barbara, CA, June 07, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Dream Foundation, the only national dream-granting organization for terminally-ill adults, hosted its third annual Summer Dream fundraiser to benefit Dreamers ages 18 to 40 on Saturday, June 3. The festive event included performances by local singer/songwriter, Gabe Reali, DJ Qu1z0 and synchronized swimmers.
In the vein of Spring Awakening and Rent, Bare employs a fairly large (15-member) cast and aims for the same heart-wide-open dynamics that those musicals translated into theater from rock shows. To make it happen, artistic director Samantha Eve combs the ever-expanding universe of innovative, often rock-based small musicals for gems of all description. She has a great cast, including a trio of the city’s hottest young vocalists: Julia Kupiec, Gabe Reali, and Tad Murroughs.