Aaron “Aza” Brown is a singer-songwriter and musician from Chesterfield UK. His feel-good, jingle pop, and retro rock tracks reference artists like The Beach Boys, The Beatles, Buddy Holly, Frank Zappa, and the like. Featured in BBC Introducing, the artist rose to prominence in mid-90s as part of the band, The Dazy Age. Gradually, he branched out on his own, curating his solo project under the moniker Aza Brown. In his latest single, Wasting Away, the artist matches a sweet, life-soaked perspective with dilated swing rhythms. You’ll come out of it with a refreshed way of thinking, seeing and living life. Listen Now! 

The track forms in layers. While the strident riff stem defines the rhythm, ABBA-esque classic pop synths quiver in the backdrop and rippling piano keys lift off with whimsy. Aza’s warm baritones are buoyant with soul and passion that are reinforced by soft harmonies. These live layers of melody are engulfed in an oscillating sound design that is thoroughly enjoyable. With several classic hits like “For Real?” and “The Way That I Roll” the artist has gained a fan in Robert Carlyle among thousands of others. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Wasting Away by Aza Brown here –