Jarred Jungle by Ingo Nasse: Review
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by Gabe Finch
1M ago
Ingo Nasse’s latest instrumental single, “Jarred Jungle,” released this May 20, is an exhilarating ride through electronic music. Get nodding your head with drums and bass as the beats of Jungle get the primal energy from within. And if you love Jean-Michel Jarre, there is so much familiarity here for you. From the very first note, “Jarred Jungle” captivates with its sharp and intense electronic pulsations. The initial rush of energy is like a surge of adrenaline, propelling us into a hypnotic, ethereal jungle. As the track progresses, Nasse expertly weaves in more melodic waves of sound, cre ..read more
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G-Spot (it’s getting hot) by Neodym: Review
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by Gabe Finch
1M ago
“G-Spot” by Neodym is here to challenge the way we think about love and intimacy. This song is all about real connection and going all in. Neodym lays down a foundation of shimmering music and pulsating beats, a soundscape that’s both futuristic and strangely inviting. Then comes the vocalist, her voice excites as it soars over the infectious melodies and catchy hooks. The EDM builds with an addictive rhythm, warm and inviting with sharp electronic flourishes that keep you moving. It’s the kind of song that burrows into your brain and gets your feet tapping before you even realize it. The lyr ..read more
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Brian Eno In Heaven by Mortal Prophets: Review
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by Gabe Finch
1M ago
Journey beyond the veil with Mortal Prophets’ latest EP, “Brian Eno In Heaven.” This is a haunting and beautiful tribute to the legendary Brian Eno, helmed by John Beckmann. We begin with a descent into the unknown with “Drowned Lands.” Relaxing yet haunting drones set the mood, joined by shimmering swirls of synthesized music swimming over refraining riffles building the suspense. A sense of mystery hangs in the air, a perfect introduction to the EP’s otherworldly theme. “Mesmer on Holiday” is a mystical fairyland. Twinkling, mystical soundscapes meet an unsettlingly squeaky undercurrent, cr ..read more
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Pigmented Reality by Kate Pending: Album Review
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by Gabe Finch
1M ago
Kate Pending’s self-produced new album, “Pigmented Reality” released on May 3, is a mind-bending storytelling trip through electronica and the future. The album opens with “Lost Ways,” a sonic portal shimmering with liquid ripples of electronics. A robotic voice, echoing with reverb, sets the scene for this “pigmented reality,” a world where the status quo is up for grabs. Next up is “Soma Sequence,” a pulsing track inspired by “Brave New World.” Imagine waves of thick, viscous sound crashing against a backdrop of chanting voices. Then, the beat kicks in, like a heart pumping in sync with the ..read more
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Eremita by Leopoldo et Lacerda: EP Review
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by Gabe Finch
1M ago
Leopoldo et Lacerda gives you tranquility through the mesmerizing and complex Eremita, released on May 10. It simply dips you into a labyrinthine of hypnotic and intricate rhythms leaving you unguarded in-between genres. The opening track, “Eremita,” throws you headfirst into this world. A bluesy melody battles with jittery percussion, creating a strange yet captivating tension. The haze hangs over the air as the music shakes it up. “Transparente” is a masterclass in futurism and techno. Yet the track blurs the lines between the genres with its music. Frivolous, tapping sounds set off, and th ..read more
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Penultimate by Deep Dive Species: Review
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by Gabe Finch
1M ago
Deep Dive Species plunges you in an omnificent visualization into the world of epic pilgrimages and unlocks the hidden doors to enlightenment in their latest single, “Penultimate.” As the fourth single from their upcoming album, the soundtrack takes you through alternative rock, and electronic music, only to beat it up with trip-hop and smoothing over the edges with orchestral sensation. Released on April 19th, “Penultimate” was composed and produced by Vadim Militsin and Sergey Popovich, and masterfully mastered by Bill Sellar at Super Audio Mastering. As “Penultimate” unfolds, it takes you ..read more
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Mach9ne by Energy Whores: Review
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by Gabe Finch
1M ago
Energy Whores dives into the dangers and perks of utilizing AI through an immersive narrative story in their latest single, “Mach9ne.” The electronic and AI-infused pop song is carried with Carrie Schoenfeld leading the charge as the singer-songwriter and Attilio Valenti providing the mesmerizing guitar work. “Mach9ne” opens with an infectious blend of catchy, punky beats, instantly drawing listeners into its hypnotic manic groove. As the music unfolds, we’re treated to a swirling, suspenseful atmosphere that mirrors the enigmatic allure of AI.  These tribalic, untamed instrumentals get ..read more
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Natural Phenomena by TJ Devoe: EP Review
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by Gabe Finch
1M ago
TJ Devoe takes you sonic journey through the bizarre, splendid and unpredictable tropics in his latest indietronica EP, Natural Phenomena, released on March 6th. Drawing inspiration from Devoe moving into the northwest Louisiana woods, this collection of songs pays tribute to the natural world giving life to the earth. Natural Phenomena kicks off with “Chordata,” a track that immediately grabs your attention with its techno glitches and frenetic energy. As erratic sounds swirl around intriguing flourishes, you can’t help but feel a spine-tingling sensation building. The pulsating beats and br ..read more
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The Haunting of Del’Noire by Del’Noire: EP Review
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by Gabe Finch
1M ago
Solo project Del’Noire, helmed by Matyascorvinus, introduces you to their hauntingly beautiful world with their debut single, “The Haunting of Del’Noire,” released this April 8. The mastermind conveys the 70s Finnish schlagers’ strings, 70s and 80s disco music, EDM, trance, and other similar gothic aesthetics through programmed piano and string arrangements and pulsating beats. The first track, “The Raven Stone,” sets the tone with slow gothic string sounds that build into a crescendo of pulsating beats. As the piano adds vibrant, upbeat keys to the mix, you can’t help but feel drawn into the ..read more
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San Francisco by TATE SEDAR: Review
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by Gabe Finch
1M ago
TATE SEDAR pays a heartfelt homage to the vibrant musical tapestry of the city that shaped his artistic journey in his latest single, “San Francisco.” To properly tribute San Fransisco, he combined the city’s rock, funk/soul, and hip-hop with post-EDM to create this nostalgic and refreshingly innovative track. “San Francisco” kicks off with shimmering, dreamy melodies that instantly transport you to a state of relaxation, but don’t get too comfortable because before you know it, the track drops into a heavy, upbeat, and downright infectious groove. Funk-inspired beats blend seamlessly with hi ..read more
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