The Fraud by Rachel Mintz

There is so much passion in Rachel’s Mintz vocal… Don’t get me wrong, her voice is sultry at times, melancholic, and soaked in a rich tone. This track has whispered an air of grace into this listener’s ears.

This track is a wonderful combination of an upbeat tone and a melancholic edge. The washed-out shoegaze guitar is subtle and splendid. This is an energetic track that builds slowly and drives home the message of fragility in all of us.

Being raised in a musical family must have been part of the puzzle that is Rachel Mintz. From this, Rachel went on to perform in a professional choir. Moving out to L.A. sparked the journey and led to fronting the bands, Pigs and Baxter House.

Now connecting with Grammy-winner Ian Cross, along with so many others including Shane Smith (Dirty Projectors, Los Lobos, Robert Francis), Blake Harden (Sza, Travis Scott, Juice Wrld, Kendrick Lamar), and legendary mastering engineer Howie Weinberg, Mintz has crafted an eloquent style that demands a further listen. Enjoy.

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