Why the Face and Emily C. Browning and Ariza, Distracted Review
Juan Carreno Ariza is a producer, composer, musical director, arranger and guitarist from Bogotá, Colombia currently located in Los Angeles, California. Ariza recently graduated Summa Cum Laude in Contemporary Writing and Production from the Berklee College of Music. He has put his talents to good use, from music directing to producing, from composing to playing guitar for notable artists (Aloe Blacc, Chris Turner, The Staves, Phillip Lassiter, and more). Ariza is a jack of all musical trades. After graduating Berklee in the winter of 2015, Ariza relocated to Los Angeles, California and was a staff composer with the world-renowned music house Human Worldwide. During this time as a staff composer he placed tv and web commercials for brands such as Hulu, Starbucks and Verizon. Recently, Ariza has been releasing music under his own name, amassing more than one million streams on spotify, including an official remix of the UK band The Staves’ “No Me, No You, No More,” released under Atlantic Records UK. His tracks have been featured in Spotify playlists such as “New Music Friday” in Sweden, Norway, and Iceland, “fresh finds,” and more. Most recently he was a session player for two songs of the new Julia Michaels record, “What a time Ft. Niall Horan”, and “Into You.” Now, Ariza is releasing a new single titled “Distracted,” featuring Why The Face and Emily C. Browning. The laid-back groove melds worldly sounds and production of eclectic elements and solid singing to deliver a wonderful summer closer.
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Release Date: September 19, 2019
Ariza knows how to build a track with interesting sounds and catchy melodies to keep the listeners interest from beginning to end.