There are journeys within each of these compositions, and the details and pauses, the weight contrasted by the lightness, all adds to the experience – helping make this entire album no less than a dream to lose yourself within.
Michael Woroniecki’s latest release is a project that compiles a collection of heartfelt, emotionally loaded songs, often leading with conceptual thoughts and poetic reflections on life and personal turmoil.
I’m not entirely sure whether the lyric was a nod to Billy Taylor’s I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free. I really hope it was, I love the cross-pollination of genre present, and this reference would be the icing on the cake. The whole thing is undoubtedly a grower.
If you were setting out to write a banger, you’d be well advised to analyse this latest confection from Nikotene, which switches up dynamics all over the shop to retain interest, and litters the lyrics with smart contemporary references which delight and satisfy in equal measure.
Bringing back the retro tones of a simpler time, by means of a notably organic, big-band presentation, Where is The Disco in This Town? is a single that pours through with the quickly upbeat energy and anthem-like togetherness of a Karaoke classic.
The track ebbs and flows in terms of intensity and energy levels, appearing to breathe in and out, or wash over you in waves of varying detail and depth. Being thoroughly rooted among the dawn of the art-form, the seven-minute-plus journey makes for an easy go-to for dance fans in just about any setting.
Thamatic have crafted this one with careful attention to detail, and this shows on multiple levels throughout the release. Retro elements fuse with those that feel decidedly fresh and uplifting to offer a memorable and quite striking audio journey.
Jared Lee and Midnight Kids have collaborated for this latest release to offer a song that’s not only professionally and skillfully crafted, but that legitimately makes its audience feel something – something very real, engaging, and blissfully enjoyable.
The Conscious Kid and Lael collaborate to impressive results with this latest single release. Having amassed 13,000 streams on Spotify in just three weeks, The Conscious Kid is well on his way to building a lasting career for himself, and That Light is a superb representation of the degree to which this rings true. That Light is an … Continued
The pop-rock bounce of the finished track is a classic pleasure to listen to. The song has a great hook that stays with you for quite a while after listening.
Giving Up embraces the listener in those moments of isolation and deep thought. It seeks to understand, and to be understood, and thanks to creativity and professionalism all at once, the process works perfectly.
Skillfully uniting the strength of EDM with a clear understanding of effective sound-design, and indeed songwriting, ImButcher has crafted something of a masterpiece with this album.