Indie Pop Artist Zabeca is back with a cool, summer jam that will give you vibes that make you feel like you’re on vacation. Argentina based, Zabeca’s newest single “Quarantine” contains numerous genres ranging from bossa to indie-pop with an interesting halftime-bridge that you have to check out. . With inspirations like Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Frank Ocean, Zabeca blends his ethnic rhythms with his creative English lyrics.

This easy-to-listen single blesses your ears with catchy guitar licks, awesome instrumentation and his unique vocals will surely be a song you want to add to your beach vacation playlist. This single “Quarantime” comes from his first and only EP “What Did I Miss?” that was released this past month. Based on this past years crisis and pandemic “What Did I Miss?” and “Quarantime” explore polarizing feelings that we all have felt and still feel the effects of til this day. What is so unique about this EP and what helps it stand out, is the exploitation of quirky instrumentations.


Struck by the bridge and halftime section of “Quarantime”, the song takes a turn into a different genre right in the middle of the song! Such a refreshing and exciting arrangement choice by writer and composer Zabeca, makes me feel the song took me on a trip to the moon and back.


You can find the rest of Zabeca’s EP “What Did I Miss?’ along with his previous discography that includes 2 singles released this past year on spotify and other streaming platforms. While summer may be coming to a close, there is no reason not to check out this young Argentinian artist!


Written by Stephanie Pankewich



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