Get The Kick (Remix)
Bringing his Senegalese musical heritage with him, US resident Justin Faye delivers his own brand of self-composed popular music. A love for rhythm built in from childhood, where he lived in Senegal among the local folk musicians, gives Justin Faye an edge on the dance floor that many aspire to and rarely hit. A cut above the rest, this remix edition of Get The Kick is boosted for electronic dance as well as surpassing the bar for quality songmanship.
A grabbing kick and snare combo launches the music into a frenzy on bar one. We think it's enough but then a fantastic sludge-bass begins to squelch in rhythmic ripples that spread out like gravitational waves. Justin Faye sings with choppy and uplifting melodies, a party atmosphere knits through the production as digital symphonics flutter and foray in clever breaks and sidelines that only elevate the pounding and upbeat sense of the good times.
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Taking another firm stride out into the open with his dynamic and entertaining style, Seán McComish is back from his debut release Stay Away From Me. Perhaps there was a bit of reverse psychology going on because it's only gathered more fans to his name, each one eager to hear what the Irish music pop star on the rise has to offer next. Taking his inspiration from singer-songwriters such as Ed Sheeran, Seán McComish aims to infuse his own spirit and soul with modern-day variations of the ballad and love-song.
It begins with a slosh of cymbal and an interestingly transitioned vocal. A smooth effect covers the tone like a long-distance telephone call. With a surge of brass and synthesiser, drums break into an upbeat drive as the clean vocal shatters the boundary. Seán McComish begins to throw notes around like he owns them, his pitch-perfect delivery only aids the funky and sensation-filled composition. Repeating chorus lines and an energetic rhythm section gives Fade Away a striking and memorable sound.
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No One Can Get Me Here
A self-confessed maths and science fan, Parabola West manifests her joy for quanta within the realms of her music. Her enchanting and mystical song-writing has mesmerised us all over the years and it seems she has only just begun her story. Described as similar to Loreena McKennitt and with the added magic of Middle Earth, this elfin and legendary songstress always manages to capture the fantastic as well as our hearts.
The music begins with a playful plucked string melody that's bumped up with a subtle folk percussion. A swing of current permits the flow to increase as synthesiser bass plunges the tonality along wings of vocal that rise in crisp and open skies. Piano breaks through like sunlight, a flute solo by Parabola's sister Alex knits yet more feeling into the mix. Rhythm and bass amplify and coalesce as the music culminates in a medley of vocal and movement.
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ELENA is one of those lucky people who found their feet in performance from an early age. Studying musical theatre from age 3, upon graduation she discovered her talent for writing. Instead of learning other people's material for recitals, ELENA is keen to add her own taste and style to the pages of culture that remain blank up until now. It's not for the faint hearted, sharing your own soul and sensibility with the world takes brilliant skill. Thankfully ELENA has bags of it, and we sit back and enjoy as she lets us in on a single from her forthcoming debut EP.
A melodious solo vocal begins as a solitary piano chord dapples like light in moving branches. The music builds, a story of lyrics journeys through a cinematic embrace of composition and sensitiveness. Subtle harmonies frolic behind certain lines as the softened piano pushes forward with harmonies that break like crashing waves. A thrust of music lifts the entire song briefly as the piano fills with reverb and continues in a throbbing melodious surge. This falls back down to reveal a pipe instrument that helps bring the song to a close.
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No Guts All The Glory
Smashing it as usual with a continual run of successful releases has put Weekend Recovery on the radio several times in a row with fans barricading the door with their sheer numbers. Signed to London's Criminal Records, this Yorkshire-based rock trio are no strangers to the tour bus and kit bags that help them bring their loud and catchy songs to people all over the land. Now the band have reached the UK top 10 for physical singles which puts them directly on the podium where they belong. We're all super-pleased as it's been a roller-coaster adventure for this hard-working three piece.
A cymbal crashes as a guitar with fuzzy bass thrusts through. Lori begins to sing with her classy attitude we have grown to admire. Liquid riffs flow and slosh with a filthy distortion that rides in a surging flow between the pulsations of chords. The music rises in melody as the chorus expands the range of vocal pattern, a dreamy nostalgia for grunge and nu-punk from the 90s pancakes the modernity and freshness that comprises the tasty filling.
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