Amanda Homi explores worldly melodies on ‘Till I Reach Bombay’

Amanda Homi‘Till I Reach Bombay’
Amanda Homi (Drum Girl)
3 stars out of 5

The music of New York City-based singer/songwriter Amanda Homi isn’t for everyone, but those who dig some worldly flavor should warm to latest full-length “Till I Reach Bombay.” Homi is of British and Indian descent, and she incorporates pieces of her culture (and many others) into an 11-track release that melds Indian, Spanish, Egyptian, funk, folk and Afro-pop melodies.

Amanda Homi CDInspired by women dancing in protest as part of Arab Spring, she penned stellar lead track “Dancing Girls.” Additional standouts include “Lorca’s Desire,” the title track, “Cards, Coins & Chaos” and “Danger Be Damned.” (Jeffrey Sisk)


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