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- The Glorify Magnify EP has two songs remaining to be written and recorded. It is scheduled for release by Spring 2021.
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"32AD's musical instinct is genuine and heartfelt. Their song Rain perfectly represents this with a full, joyous sound that showcases some serious musicianship and a sincere desire to express their faith! Overall, this is a really powerful song - the passion you feel is obvious and appreciated, and your guitar skills are a joy to hear. Really strong work!"
"That guitar solo at 1:46 gives me chills, especially set against this slower ballad feel - great tone and awesome execution. Again, great vocals and a really tasteful sound. The vocal harmony at 1:32 is spot on, perfect for this sound. I love the guitar riff that serves as the foundation for this song. It's reflective but optimistic, full of hope while still appropriate for the lyrics and attitude of the song. Awesome sounds." ~JW
Dont Leave me
This song has soothing finger-picked acoustic guitar, punchy chord strumming, smooth and fast lead harmonies, electric guitar riffs, guitar solos, and a heartfelt message.
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Dont Leave Me 8:150:00 / 8:15
"Don't Leave Me is a vulnerable expression of desire for a closer walk with the God of the universe, and A. Apodaca of 32AD Music pours his soul into his music in order to convey this desire with a passionate skill. A journey from start to finish, Dont Leave Me is full of vibrant soundscapes and the representations of personal growth - blending the new and the old to honor the One who was, who is, and forever will be."
"Really great work! I really love the transition at 3:33 - there's a beautiful depth to the way that guitar picking and bass work blend together, and the ensuing guitar solo is really exciting! Great tone and execution with a really solid transition into the next section. I was a bass player before I was a musician, so I'm a big fan of these nearly solo bass lines. Excellent vocals at 6:19! Awesomely catchy and full of passion. Wonderful finish! Again, such a virtuosic moment of shred really calls for a less abrupt finish, but still really nice!" ~JW