Unleash TACSF!

Click !HERE! to unleash the Alphabetic Content Selector Feature!

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Phantom Pop - BETA review

Year : 2016
Genre : Massively Instrumental Jazz/Funk Fusion
Origin : United States
Official site : > - here - <

The music contained on the latest-to-date Phantom Pop full length does not bow down to the curteous routine of assuaging your everyday/average funk/jazz craving along tropes you are embarrassed to pretend you know nothing about - instead, the release delivers the funk/jazz fusion goods with such an undeniably intoxicating command of the notoriously whimsical genre, that you won't likely be given any room to be cynical in towards the stimuli upon a submissive listen, nor when you execute max-level inspection paua' towards this supersexy, all-muscle effort.

The album is massive both in its scope and in its hyper-optimized ambition - the latter being an inescapable result - almost a happy accident - of the unconditional love towards the genre which is simultaneously worshipped and insatiably exploited by the ensemble throughout this exquisite audio adventure. Read on to know more, because the cat knows where you live.

Read more!

Friday, October 7, 2016

AL-X - Fearless track review

Year : 2016
Genre : Dance Pop
Origin : United States
Official site: > here <

LA based AL-X is an upcoming dance composer/producer with a keen interest in delivering massively melodic dance music along exigent pop sensibilities, purposefully revealing the most flirtatious traditions of the style.

With rhetorics clearly rooted in the school of thought that regards easily approachable, elegantly simplistic progressions much more paramount than experimentive tendencies, the single "Fearless" could be a picture perfect statement of top-form Madonna, as the somber, contemplative moods inherent to said artist, are displayed abundantly in this 3 minute affair.

Never risking maximum efficiency with taking detours that are simply not worth winking towards in this genre, the track knows what it wants to do, and pulls it off eloquently. The melodic arch in the verse is sufficiently indicative that you are about to witness a woman's soul burts into a sonic declaration of - well - b(l)oom (and definitely not doom) - soon, while the chorus backs these promises up with a skillfully researched route taken along the full surface of the suggested structure, now revealed with optimum power.

Doubtless a well sculpted melodic dance track, with a rather abrupt, but logical end to it - so it is not hard to find the will to revisit the piece: a safe recommendation for any and all fans of the style.

Buy link: https://itun.es/us/fQvZeb


GyZ at Bandcamp.

If you want, check out my music

and / or

Buy me beer. Read more!

click on video to access in HD