Beauty In Chaos
Bloodletting (The Vampire Song)
33.3 Music Collective
Released on Halloween 22 and frankly suitable for any time of the year, alternative rockers Beauty In Chaos bring the flavour of gothic and darkly happenings to their well-loved sound. Taking a New Orleans approach to the Concrete Blonde song Bloodletting, the Beauty In Chaos method brings the original to new heights. To get the perfect sound for the record, New Orleans accented curator Michael Ciravolo took the lead vocal. The saxophone spot was purposefully picked by Ciravolo and features the timeless ability of Mars Williams of The Psychedelic Furs.
A sinister wail of metallic feedback swirls from the dusky shadows as a barrage of drums accompanies the groove of a sleek saxophone. A crash of the band brings distorted guitars and synths to the mix with a punch and a kick that makes us move. Spooky lyrics then begin to tell the story and bring imagery of vampirism and bloodlust. An enchanting dreamscape of fantasy and darkness curdles in the soundwaves as the band elevate the shimmering harmonies built up by the adjacent and lush tone of the sax.
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Beauty In Chaos
Featuring Tish Ciravolo
Always bringing something fresh and inventive to their sound, the shifting sands of membership with Beauty In Chaos means fans are always treated to new directions. Of course, the ultimate ethic of the ground remains the same, great music with a range of influences such as The Cure, Echobelly, Blushing, Cocteau Twins, and Kiss Of The World bring a host of feelings and styles to their releases. This single is a taster from the star-studded upcoming album and has been produced, mixed, and recorded by Grammy nominee Michael Rozon.
Bass and drums launch the music into a moody swagger as the flow rises through string synths and a persistent groove. An atmosphere of strange and alluring reaches in as the lyrics reveal reverb and feminine energy. A delivery similar to Ladytron gives an electronic edge to the folk influenced melody that moves like serpentine spectres. Sudden pulses with the rhythm leave huge spaces for the words to dance and illuminate with their timbre and meaning. A tapestry of instruments weaves tuneful ambience between the sturdy tempo that surges forward.
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