The further you get, the better it sounds. Structurally there are many occasions when you really appreciate the unpredictability – the fitting freshness.
Chemical Refugee’s authentic presentation of hard-hitting, soulful electronic rock is the sort that satisfies in a refreshing & partly nostalgic way.
The music has a definite stamp of identity, the leading vocalist has the perfect rock-meets-EDM tone & performance style to deliver with weight.
As an artist, songwriter & producer, the 15th is undeniably creative & expressive. The originality & professionalism are sky high – a mighty combination.
Explodes into life with weight & intensity, but that soon falls away to the more atmospheric & ambient layers, with deeply poetic, reflective lyricism.
There are intense stories to this project, told not merely through titles & lyrics, but through the instrumentation, the performances, the rising passion.
I messed up my life & had to start a new one. The baseline is my old life & I had to let it go. A part of me died, but in a beautiful way.
The Latent Anxiety sound makes itself known in an instant, the energy & expression consistently point in the direction of individuality & creative freedom.
The singer’s range adds a level of appeal not always found in electronic music. The band are doing their own thing & the sound shines brightly as a result.
Within each minute of music, the sound is both manic & calm, gentle & heavy; an attitude of electronic rock & an underlying softness of trip-hop.
Hugely provocative, the sort of escapism that removes you from your now & forcibly places you in some other. A world of imaginative & considerate thinking.
There’s something inspiring about the instrumental story. The details explore the scenes & the set, the backdrop keeps the ambiance at a blissful level.