Sick (At All)
Neo Morake AKA Neolithic shows his vulnerability and human side with this latest release. Exploring the effects of heartbreak through the soundtrack of home-penned tunes, Sick reveals the inner workings of the artist. Allowing his listeners and fans to take a front row seat in the stage of emotions that run deep through his music, the former front-man from Nobody's Heroes offers up a broad scope of reality that many will feel a connection to.
Jazzy-smooth keyboards begin the music with a lead melody pushing a funky tune. Samples of TV ripple the sound before Neolithic begins. His easy-going spoken-word rap style just rolls off the tongue. RnB grooves drip like gold from the wrists of the rapper as he projects his truths one word at a time. Sleek continuations of evolving melody run rhythms in the background as the vocal delivery shifts to a harmony and singing style, old fashioned mixing of orchestral voice jam together as the new dimension rises to meet the mix. A next verse enters, full-on with energy and attitude. The passion completes the journey and leaves us wanting more.
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Song Academy Young Song-Writer Winner, Judge, and Ambassador Sophie Griffiths has a huge social following in the hundreds of thousands! Thanks to her consistency and quality always being top of the market, fans all over the world fully appreciate and support her talent. Naturally, the music sounds great with her professional voice and skilled writing working together every time. Sophie Griffiths has enchanted audiences at plenty of live shows plus she even recorded vocals for a Sky TV show.
It begins with a sustain growing into keyboard tones. Emotion laden singing rhymes and rolls to the bass drum kicking patiently in the middle-ground. Chords throw the melody into new shapes as the chorus unfurls on ribbons of nostalgia and warm memories. Bass and percussion take the lead as Sophie Griffiths continues to hammer out the harmonies in graceful lines of controlled perfection.
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It's a privilege to be in Turkey today and reviewing this latest single from Smitech Wesson. The Istanbul based DJ and music producer has already gained thousands of followers and streams for his cutting-edge sounds. Fans will remember the huge Your Dark Skies that touched our horizons on all directions. The art-form of electronic music is made relevant and purposeful through the composition of moving and powerful pieces. Once more, Smitech Wesson delivers justice to this constantly evolving genre.
The first number enters on lush tones that vibrate with wholesome resonances. A delicate yet beautiful female voice begins with melody and charming poise. The rhythm gathers speed, rising to meet the bass before driving synth-wave tones peel across the driving pulse. New layers of rhythm find spot-perfect gathering places as new shimmering tones dapple like moonlight on ripples. Piano and voice then assert themselves in a sensual new take on the first passages, decorated with the energy lingering from the hook, we're once again plunged into the awesome dance section, dripping with groove and sensation.
Leyla is next, soaring in on funnels of warm air. Muted keyboards chime a melodious chant as the rhythm section breaks with intelligence and expert pause. The main delivery begins, thumping bass with high-end poly-rhythms elevate the tuneful repetitions that whirl like dancers on raised platforms. Shadowy sections illuminated by heart-beat and breathing like depths of sound spiral up into towering levels of full-on reverence to the rhythm.
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The Last Siren
Break The Noose
Based in the South of England, Jayke Turl A.K.A The Last Siren is broadcasting his latest killer single. This prolific musician has been a regular face as the bassist in The Smoking Prophets and as The Kut's guitar player on several occasions. The Last Siren is a metal-hardcore project headed up by the man himself and is already making huge gains with fans amassing everywhere.
The music opens with a roar of distortion, it growls into a guitar-riff that chugs with awesome shredding as the drums hit the target. Harmonious layers of riff spiral through the intro section and lead straight into The Last Siren Jayke Turl's screaming vocals. Emotionally charged and focussed into shrapnel, the drilling power of the track carries forward through the walls of cool. Inventive drum-breaks and synchronous riff changes continually thrash out patch-work structures of rock and metal that reach out as we soar past them.
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Don't Come Undone
It's easier said than done, yet Chip Wars make it look so easy! Formed in a garage about five years ago, these songwriting superheroes have already made it past the 100,000 streams milestone! How do they do it? They sound amazing, that's how. Full on energy and excellent composition bring their purpose to life with a fantastic alt-rock sound.
The music starts with a full-on bass riff that's bumped up by rocking drums. Fantastic power-chords then ring out in a punky groove as the heavy beat continues. Something falls back in the mix as the guitar begins to pick and a smooth vocal calls through the airwaves. Harmonising layers of song build up with a compositional progression through emotive tones. The bass begins to chant its rhythmic purpose once more and the guitars punch out the next heavy section. Back to a verse with a real sense of the 1980s and a passionate sense of being real. Chiming harmonics and tuneful bells evaporate into the next chorus, building on the impetus from before and now with extra swagger and vocals. Breaking down with a melodic interlude, harmonising vocals make a point of the message. Don't Come Undone is such a dynamic and interesting track that sounds great from start to finish.
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The trio of brothers from Ireland have just released their latest single. About vice and life, Red Line offers up a punchy synthesiser led pop number that makes use of smashing rhythms and evocative subject matter. Made as a party anthem, it's one of those high-energy productions that get people into bands. This trio of hard-working musicians have been preparing for this since they were little. Always working together and making the band official back in 2017, in a previous incarnation they even appeared on TV playing traditional instruments.
The music begins with quirky sounds built from effects and vocals. Chanting then overtakes the blur, vivid words with poignant meanings throw the phonics into the scene as a dub-step style synth bass cranks up a throbbing groove. Vocals continue to cast conjuring energy into a hedonistic sensation as vibrant synths build and electrify each passing verse. A dynamic of abstraction reinvents the momentum of the track as the chorus finds plenty of room to assert itself.
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