This is definitely one of the more interesting & genuine pop releases of recent years, and that’s not at the cost of quality – far from it. These songs are supremely well polished. Celeste Buckingham is making waves & it’s no wonder why.
The RnB style melody that plays the part of a verse section adds a new dynamic, the instrumental breaks are well placed, and without question, you only need to hear the single once to remember it indefinitely.
This meeting of the organic & electronic is notable throughout. The possibilities are unlimited when you get the songwriting down in such a way as this.
The RnB-fusion producer & songwriter has been playing the saxophone since the 4th grade – this gem of a trait comes through beautifully throughout the single.
The track features a fairly minimalist set-up – a simple gathering of synths & sounds, a dreamlike mood that works really well in line with the songwriting.
As an artist, songwriter & producer, the 15th is undeniably creative & expressive. The originality & professionalism are sky high – a mighty combination.
Artdayn, the Singing Uber Driver, presents a distinctly fresh fusion of hip-hop & rock. From trip-hop or alt-pop to something much more Linkin Park-like.
The instrumentation is blissful to experience, unlike the average pop song in which it’s the melody that stays with you. The set-up is refreshingly unusual.