Review: Sevi Ettinger inspirational on new album 'Salty Water' Special

Posted Aug 27, 2018 by Markos Papadatos
On August 24, singer-songwriter Sevi Ettinger released her breakthrough EP "Salty Water." Digital Journal has the scoop.
Sevi Ettinger
Sevi Ettinger
Phillip Jarrell
Ettinger is a 15-year-old girl from the United States that moved to Shanghai six years ago. She is heartbroken and is able to pour those feelings into her music. This collection is a reflection of the sadness of the Syrian refugee children, and she is challenging all of those feelings in her songs. It was co-produced by Grammy award-winning producer Jeff Bova, as well as Phillip Jarrell and Sevi Ettinger. It was subsequently mixed by Bova and mastered by Bernie Grundman.
The four-track EP opens with the crisp and haunting title cut "Salty Water," and it is followed by the melodically stunning "Live," and the sophisticated tune "Don't Fall Behind," the latter of which raises social awareness. It closes on a very personal note with the atmospheric ballad, "Eyes," where her voice is pure as the driven snow.
Her Salty Water EP is available on iTunes, and on Spotify.
The Verdict
Overall, Sevi Ettinger has released an eclectic musical effort that evokes emotion and melancholy. Her EP is well-crafted and empowering, and it will resonate well with her fans and listeners. Ettinger deserves to become the next big female singer in the music business. It garners 4.5 out of 5 stars.
To learn more about singer-songwriter Sevi Ettinger, check out her official homepage.