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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Taylen - Masque EP review

Year : 2013
Genre : Power Metal Progressive Metal
Label : Independent
Origin : United States
Official site : > - here - <

Taylen's Masque EP brings to you pink teen pop with sugar and chocolate syrup on top, which equates with the most optimal sonic medley in case what you are looking for is nothing else or less than what this ultra-soft and idealistic lookout on life has to offer at immediate and intentionally superficial observation.

The disc, I feel, is primarily targeted for a younger and preferably female audience, since, though I condone no particular qualms or caveats at all towards the installment, - and sub-zero towards a female ethos - its relentless urge to conform to the teenager emotional disposition is rampant/evident throughout. There is nothing wrong with being a teenager. It is a state, and this is the very music that seeks to reflect on the intentionally positivistic aspects of said state. Read on to know more about this.

The beneficiary traits of being a teenager are relevant and numerous : you feel you are physically immortal - later called a delusion - and you have a secretive immunity towards any amount of alcohol. Yet, Taylen does not at all endorse activities that could bestow a negative effect on the amount of brain cells at your direct disposal, instead she delivers the music which is fervent to flatter the restless tendency to party and to move your body in intentionally rhythmic fashion like there is no tomorrow, even though there always is. At least so far.

The production is decent, harmless, brisk, pink pop plastic perfection, oftentimes nicely detailed via skilfully positioned audio ornamentics, and Taylen is doing a decent and honest job with her singing, armed with a lung capacity that promises great things to come when the artist penetrates into her next evolutionary state as her vision and experience matures courtesy of the silly little thing called time. A safe recommendation FOR a teenager female audience, and, if you are a guy who is enjoying this, you best keep this fact for yourself, sport. And change the color of that spandex. This is NOT a negative connotation of the release, mind us. It is quite the contrary. This is the ideal EP for a niche-audience, and the ideal EP you best listen to covertly if you happen to occupy a male body.

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