Matteo Scher “Something Good” EP
On June 15th “Something Good” EP by Matteo Scher was released. The EP is in the genre of pop or piano rock with a smooth tone relating to artists like Billy Joel. Scher worked on his EP in New York.
Scher has played various areas in New York including Webster Hall, Rockwood Music Hall, Pianos, The Bitter End, The Bowery Electric and many others. He is also studying music business at Baruch College.
Scher has worked with the famous singer Alicia Keys as his mentor for a while and had this to say about working with her:
The songs have smooth vocals with a catchy piano tune that is a pleasant tune to the ears that catches your attention. The music does not have much else but piano, which is amazing with so many melodies to it. Which is essentially what Piano Rock is, utilizing piano instead of guitar.
I talked to Scher about what his favorite song on the EP is and he said this:
One of my favorite songs on the EP is “Painkiller”. The vocals cut through to you and have a deep emotional feel. I love the lyrics, “You saved me from hurting myself” or “You’re my painkiller/You’re my high” they’re sung emotionally and hit a deep chord on how they are sung and can make some of us relate because some people to use can ease pain and be our sort of high and make us happier than anything.
I talked to Scher about what he likes best about being a singer/songwriter and he responded:
The EP “Something Good” contains 4 tracks, which are, Something Good, Forget, Painkiller and New York and Me. I asked Scher which his favorite was and he answered,
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