This is, ultimately, a powerful and a quite stunning piece of writing and performance, that builds up and falls away gorgeously. The rest of the album appeals all the more so for the purity and realness offered up here.
The whole thing moves from a simple house track to something much more colourful – lightness overtakes darkness, and slowly but surely the whole vibe of the track rises up higher than the title and the intro ever could prepare you for.
Featuring a Fatboy Slim style of musical craft-work. The vibes are superb, each moment makes sense once it’s there, but never does any of this appear as the logical or usual next move – a quality you quickly come to love about Vox Eagle.
Rillivid further showcases the unlimited nature of his abilities as a creative producer on this release dedicated to Pride Month. Celebrating love in all of its forms.
The synth-driven melody glides through shimmering snares & cymbals to create a lucid, poly-rhythmic path of movement – a sequence that compels one to dance. It’s as if the song leaves you wandering around in the dark parts of your mind.
If rock music served a purpose it was to allow its audience to escape & be embraced by an entirely new arena of excitement & creativity & freedom.
This is a field where experimenting & pushing boundaries is key. The artists I respect learned to adapt to being better in new ways. The risks make it fun.
Making perfect sense, yet unsettling you – drawing from you all at once excitement, calmness, and an inescapable feeling of being very far from home.
The half way mark is really where things start to change, and this is incredibly clever structuring considering the topic of the song.
Reflections of Love is a track that doesn’t simply fall into any particular category of genre. The music is beautiful in a unique and unusual manner, and from the first few moments – the sound sets a mood and conjures up certain emotions that are powerful and memorable. One of the most slept on and perhaps … Continued