Taksu Records Presents ‘Acoustic Memoir’ , a New Album EP from Deniz Reno

[Toronto, Canada] – Taksu Records is thrilled to announce the release of the latest album EP from Canadian singer songwriter Deniz Reno. ‘Acoustic Memoir’, available via all major digital streaming and music retail platforms on September 22, 2021

‘Acoustic Memoir’ is an acoustic pop record filled with beautiful and highly personal songs about love, hope and heartbreak, delivered with Reno’s signature emotional powerhouse vocals. The record was co written and co produced with celebrated Indonesian singer songwriter and producer Riansyah Razali and mixed and mastered in Los Angeles by Grammy nominated producer Matt Lange. In ‘Acoustic Memoir’ Reno explores the origins of singer songwriter indie pop and delivers a big impact with the EP’s heartfelt melodies and honest lyrics.

‘Acoustic Memoir’ is Reno’s fourth EP release on the Canada / Bali based Taksu Records. Reno is known for her work and collaborations with Grammy nominated artists like Matt Lange, Conjure One and Juno Award winning Canadian trio Keys N Krates. Her songs have appeared on shows like ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and Netflix #1

show ‘Ginny and Georgia’. Reno’s rise to notability came in 2013 when her Deep House rendition of Chris Isaac’s Wicked Game has amassed over 18,000,000 streams on YouTube, garnering her worldwide attention from Magazines like Esquire, Billboard, Yak and InStyle Russia. She continues to write and feature on Top 40 dance music singles while regularly releasing solo acoustic pop/soul records.

“This EP in all its stripped down glory represents the very deepest parts of me: the love and the pain, the hope and longing that I think make up parts

of who we all are at the very core. I have had the pleasure of working with some of the world’s greatest producers and musicians, and yet

this EP, written in hotel rooms on three different continents at three very different stages in my life, is the most honest and beautiful thing I’ve recorded so far in my career.”

– Deniz Reno