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  • Muzik First


Almost four years after the release of her second EP, "Conexão," where singer-songwriter Mark established her favoured form of therapy – creative flow — she has delivered a concept album titled "Three Dimensions Of Deep," which is a self-discovery. Divided into three segments: Part 1: "Without," Part 2: "Withheld," and Part 3: "Within" — each explores Mark’s journey through insecurity, forced confidence, and finding her place within the world, respectively. Album opener “One” is a juxtaposition in its most refined form. Lyrics that form the story of Amber Mark’s imposter syndrome and career anxiety are contrasted with an earworm of ridiculously rhythmic basslines, glints of sparkly synths and triumphant horn section choruses. A song dedicated to her late mother, Mark’s poignant lyricism can send shivers to anyone. Moving through her mixed emotions, Mark captures the feelings of forced confidence in “Bubbles” as she searches for escapism through trashy nights out to numb the pain of heartbreak. Laidback R&B fits the bill, as syncopated pulsations are at the core of the track, sensationally partnered with Mark’s rich control hums to create a sound that is ready-made for the exact environment she sings about. "Three Dimensions Deep" is an album that has helped Amber Mark recover and find peace within herself. Yet somehow, it has the potential to lend itself to anyone’s challenges, defining Mark as a force to be reckoned with.


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