Music Review – “Forgotten” by Carameladora

Sail Away – Album Cover

 “You are trapped by all things you have to do each day, things that are not related with that discovery, and you forget about your dream (don’t have time). But, somehow is not forgotten; you just cannot do it at that moment in life, and you are suffering because of it. You’re suffering because you think you cannot do it, and that’s why you put your dream aside.

As Mark Twain said:

‘Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover’.

However, you can always find the courage to try, sail away, and make your dream come true”. 

– Carameladora

Almost at the end of 2021, we discovered the magic of “Forgotten” among the novelties of indie and electronic music. The song is one of the most recent productions of the Romanian artist Carameladora. The track is part of the artist’s first album called Sail Away.

“Forgotten” is an exciting mix of contrasting sounds but, at the same time, perfect musical descriptors of the composer’s hopeful anxiety senses. The way Carameladora musically captures a mood is impressive.

The combination of the folk style of the guitar with the funky groove of the bass gives “Forgotten” a catchy and attractive movement. The passionate melodies of the strings especially caught my attention and their perfect blend with the harmonious synthesized sounds.

But, although the magic of this song, “Forgotten” is just the beginning. Carameladora has a passionate way of looking at music, and that’s unique. Stay tuned for upcoming productions by this artist.


Author: Yami Cabrera

Yami is a musician and musicologist freelancer specializing in different aspects of music, teaching, criticism, writing, and research. She has a bachelor's degree in Musicology and music is her ultimate passion. Yami´s mission is to share her knowledge with anyone interested, through classes, advice, and articles. She has also developed a high level of fluidity in English. As a bilingual writer, this enthusiastic woman can write between both the English and Spanish languages.

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