From the Bottom Up
Onre which is French my musical back ground starts as early as eleven years old I was first introduced to the music world. I've played top 40 R&B later moving to jazz. I later created a style of music which came from around the world. This collection of fourteen instrumental compositions could best be described as the Forrest Gump of ambient music (it's like a box of chocolates - you never know what you are going to get) in that it reflects a variety of moods and styles ranging from percussive to meditative, dramatic to rhythmic, introspective to extrovertive. Mi Dream offers a pleasant mix of electronic and ambient tunes that are palatable, frequently energetic, and occasionally cathartic. The title cut sports a jazz-inflected electronic sound with an easy, driving beat that gets your feet tapping while still managing to remain unobtrusive. The mood changes quickly and positively with the next song. I say it quickly spins into a riff before settling into a drum and bass rhythm shot through with electronica. The musical production quality is top notch. On the plus side, Onre Nobles displays a nice balance between liveliness and a pleasant and hot coffee, or quiet evenings and hot tea. Fans of Eugene Frieson, Art Sachs, or Michael Stribling will dig it.