Ziggy D’Amato’s new EP ‘Maya Blue’ is filled with uplifting vibes

"It's a collection of five love songs. Reflecting on the joys of falling in love, the pains of unrequited love, the closure of old love"
11 May 2023

Ziggy D’Amato continues the success of Tina Nite Club and Damages with the five-track EP Maya Blue, that showcases his incredible talent as an artist.

Get ready for a creative jam session – writing the songs, playing all instruments, recording, producing and mixing (not to mention some amazing guitar solos).

David “Ziggy” D’Amato has a very energetic and cheerful style of music which makes it hard not to be in a good mood. He is a dynamic artist with a clear talent for indie-rock music. He adds melodies that linger in the mind, harmonies that we never get tired of, and guitar solos with wah-wah effects from the 1970s.

Ziggy’s new music has taken the indie-pop-rock sound to a whole new level. That’s what comes out of his recent EP, especially on the title song Maya Blue.

You will take a wild ride with the brilliant and restless guitar, vibrating drums and noisy bass – all brought together to create a sparkling and summery indie-pop soundscape. The catchy song and melodies of Ziggy D’Amato make this song bounce back with glee.

The guitar playing in the instrumental part of the tracks is awesome. Ziggy adds vocal harmonies to achieve a higher level, then finishes with a crisp solo.

According to Ziggy, the main track Maya Blue is…”a tale of falling love in the winter of 2020. The excitement and joy of crushing hard. The heartbreak of it goes unrequited. The gratitude of being a small part of the eternal human love story.”

This EP has a really feel-good indie atmosphere, but it also has this retro sound from the 1970s. It’s very light and breezy, with really vibrant soundscapes.

Ziggy explains. The Maya Blue EP is a collection of five love songs. Reflecting on the joys of falling in love, the pains of unrequited love, the closure of old love and the celebration of the whole process. I consider them all pop songs but each track has a distinctive genre influence.”

Photo by Isaac Bixel