Denitia and Sene

Friday May 10, 2013
$13 ONLINE OR AT THE DOOR
VENUE
The roof of New Design High School (formerly Open Road)
Lower East Side
350 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002
F, J, M, Z to Delancey Street-Essex Street; B, D, Q to Grand Street

SHOW
8:00PMDoors Open
8:30PMLive Music by Denitia and Sene
9:00PMFilm Begins
11:30PMAfter-Party
NO REFUNDS. IN THE EVENT OF RAIN, SHOW WILL GO ON INDOORS AT THE SAME LOCATION. SEATING IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. NO ALCOHOL IS PERMITTED.

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Denitia and Sene

Official Link: http://www.denitiaandsene.com/

"With lullaby-esque rhythms like “trip.fall.” and “again. (new ride.)”, the lack of tempo might lose a few people. Luckily, where similar sounding groups like the Weeknd or even the xx fell victim to monotony, this duo is able to pick things up every now and then with a slapping track like “stupid world” or “she’s not the only one”. That additional spice of tempo and pace can be attributed to Sene’s hip-hop background, mixed with a small dose of production from longtime collaborators like J57 and Illingsworth.

What sets this R&B album apart from the many other similar outfits out there operating within the genre is how organic and natural it feels. Sene and Denitia, musically, are two peas in a pod. They know when to let the other have their shine, like on “how to satisfy.”, which features Denitia, alone, rocking out to an incredibly infectious pop soundscape. On the other hand, when the two decide to share vocal responsibilities, like on “casanova.”, Denitia hums in the background at just the right time while Sene pours his heart out over the microphone.

Reflecting on this album after several listens, it’s difficult to find much fault. Perhaps one could hold Sene’s less-than-powerful voice against him, but he makes it work all too well. The songwriting, while naive at times, grasps exactly what this duo set out to achieve: lovable pop songs with a hint of loneliness. But what failed to put this album over the top is that there are only a handful of songs to which you can truly sing along. That aside, the sequencing is on target, and everything flows together rather smoothly. It’s safe to say Denitia and Sene have a real winner on their hands with His And Hers." Potholes in My Blog


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