Readapting the 1981 queer anthem that was Homosapien, by Pete Shelley of The Buzzcocks, the unmistakable Ladonna Rama settles into the groove with a natural air of connection and colour.
The folk-pop satisfaction of ‘You’re fighting just to win one…’ marks the song’s most addictive melodic moment, with poetic lyrics that satisfy again and prove as memorable as the hook line.
Heavy and engaging, quickly prompting a volume increase, and out-rightly maintaining the essence of this concept that is Move Your Body – a track that’s difficult to ignore as it effortlessly commands you to shift gears.
Freshly remixed singles from the recently released album Animals, Ladonna Rama’s Get Up On It embarks upon a set of re-imagined creative routes.
Every bit as creatively experimental and free from the confines of expectation as you’d hope. A refreshing alt-pop listen.
The unmistakable sound of Ladonna Rama returns this month with a song that welcomes a dash of electric guitar and a notably more angsty, emotionally resentful tone that attempts to take back control and self-empowerment.
“By the time the Olympics come; I aim to be a trending topic on this earth.”
Effectively transporting listeners back to the days of retro synths, sci-fi sound-play and big beats, Ladonna Rama offers story-telling, scene-setting, and ambient, rhythmic escapism for classic dance and alternative pop fans far and wide.
A stunning song, masterfully crafted so as to hold tight to your attention throughout, offering multiple layers of personality & openness that allow you to feel an immediate connection with the artist.
Genuinely a powerful & pretty special collection. Brilliant songwriting, stunning compositions & flawless musical performances to back it all up.