Cyborg Asylum could easily be the love child of Depeche Mode & Nine Inch Nails. Their unique sound has them combining the best elements of industrial rock & electronic music.
This is worth a listen for anyone interested in the power of music, of ambient music in general, and particularly those who are naturally drawn to classical music but are seeking out something fresh & unusual.
Every person faces hardship at some point in their lives, but it’s how we respond to such adversity that truly defines who we are. ONE is Dunja World’s response to that hardship, and her spirit will not be broken.
Franklin Livingston is not a Spanish speaker but has put his creative efforts into this single as a mark of solidarity with Spanish communities living in America. He said of the process that love should inspire us to learn each other’s languages & to live in harmony & peace.
It’s not all that often I’m blown away by how uniquely unexpected an artist’s sound is. Perhaps it’s that Can’t Buy Love was the opener – a brilliant song, gorgeously atmospheric, openly sentimental, funky & quirky in a subtle but cool way.
The music grabs you, this meeting of the piano, the guitars, the organic drum-line, and not least of all that part delicate part mighty leading voice – all of this in unison creates precisely the sort of escapism that music fans so often turn to.
A powerful song, using what works & aligning it with what feels right, introducing both artists in a mighty way & resulting in something easily memorable & likely to pull audiences in for any future releases.
For everything one can say about the current political climate, the fact that so many people are aware of what’s going on is a beautiful thing. We are all thinking, and we are thinking in the hope of progress.