A rock solo guitar lead for the lead-in hook of the intro of this riveting song and performance. An emotional, profound alto voice came from the female lead singer's euphonious, new melody. A genial, distinguished vocal tone had harmonized well with her lyrical melody in this unique composition. Peppy, consequential phrasings like "you're a disgrace" were in the verses, coda, refrain, and chorus about hating this person with a passion. To produce and record this energetic tune, it was done on extraordinary sound quality with the mixed, sensible and glassy music arrangement to accompany this tune with the bass and lead guitars, the snare drums, and the high synth notes. With fills to vamp up the secure, engrossing tempo for the atmospheric, rhythmical beat. Overall, this ingenious, attentive solo artist has magnificent commercial potential.
Constant Pain Review 2
This one's a banger - straight up summer techno. Female vocal line is catchy as heck, and the rhythm section keeps your foot tapping. Mix and production are top notch, hi hats are sizzling and the bass punches you square in the gut, with the vocal line coming through in all the right ways.
Constant Pain Review 3
The beat comes together with a slick flow. It has an aggressive sound that is upbeat and makes you want to dance. It has a stimulating vibe that is groovy as it plays out. As it goes it has a nice vibe that is lovely. Great tune for the party scene. Great track with a super cool sound that is a lot of fun.
Constant Pain Review 4
A very techno dance mix. Right away there is a high energy with great rhythm. I really like what I am hearing and I feel this song will do well in a club scene. Beats are awesome along with the vocals that sound super. Very attractive and fun to listening to, dance too and overall feel good. I like this and feel many will too.
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Signals Review 1
The pop discordant of the arrangement of the instrumental was great. The bass guitar was taking the lead and I like this unique trait in the song. The texture of the synth was astounding to hear for the ambient had a techno feeling. The various type of verse changes in the instrumental keeps the song very interesting. The ad-libs and pitch changes in the artist singing has a gentle, claim, and deep side. While the ad-lib of the artist voice was the total opposite more aggressive, vigorous, and dynamic.
Signals Review 2
Complex rhythmic intro, a slapping of a drumstick sounding like it's echoing against plywood. The beat is seductive and volume of the bass is pumped up loud.. "The signals say" that this is an absolutely great pop song. It has a 1980's new wave vibe to it mixed with a late 1990's grinding dance synth hook in the background. The lyrics are simple and catchy, enough to stay in one's mind for the next week. Great production, everything blends together well, the heavy with the soft, the echoes with the punches. This would be a hit on alternative radios and I can picture the tune being used in a movie soundtrack as well. A lot of people who are into the 1980's subculture and style would be drawn to this piece. The end product of the song was done great.
Signals Review 3
This dreamy electro-pop tune puts one in mind of old school Ladytron with an imaginative melody, grounded beat, and strong vocalists. I appreciate the smooth female vocals that manage to avoid the recent high and breathy cliche sound. The chorus is catchy yet not overdone, and the song definitely stands out among the sugary-sweet electronic groups of late. A clean, well balanced song with substance.
Signals Review 4
If I had a club, I would promote this song in it. The singer is great! Her voice is melodic and mesmerizing. It is rare that a singer is able to accomplish such a balance with the music of the song. Her lyrics complimented the sound quality beautifully. I would add this song to any playlist on my iPhone or iPod. This is also a song I would gladly play for my friends while hanging out.
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This is Not my Life review 1
Unique intro! There is a scary sound as the song plays. Artist seems to have a little bit of terror in their voice. The beat has a dreamy, but possessed sound to it. There is a background sound that makes a listener feel deep into a moment like you are being taken to another dimension
This is Not my Life review 2
The beat in the beginning of this sounded great! Very moving, very uprising feel. It gave me a feeling of comfort and warmth. Then as the lyrics hit it just got better! The beat and lyrics goes well with the tone and I am really liking the melody and transitions! This song is amazing and sounds perfect to me, I would tell others about this song so they could hear it as well, because I enjoyed listening to it!
This is Not my Life review 3
I cannot stop listening to this song, the line is so sexy and I think that it has a really good background melody! Lyrics on top of everything and the voice is like something rare, clear and noisy and very cool. The line of melody I think fits very well with the lyrics! The backing voice sounds amazing
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You Know review 1
Techno mixed with dubstep at its finest. This trance filled club banger/ alternative record is on fire. The fast paced electric pumps you up and the catchy chorus really gravitates your soul. The beat sequence and frequency are immaculate. This is destined to recalculate the top charts with its inspirational tones of real raw performance and orchestra. This bumps into the line of a pop in slight moments but then ricochets into its original genre. Impulse beat that’s upstream. This can change the game with the right publicity. The harmony is attractive and delicate, but strong enough to hold its own.
You Know review 2
Attention-grabbing intro. Nice step-wise bass line to mimic the echoes. The call-and-response style of the vocals is an interesting take on things, especially when the line "heard it all before" comes along - something about having that be an echo is actually quite clever. Not a lot of dynamic contrast between verse and chorus, but good harmonies and intriguing lyrics. A solid listen.
You Know review 3
This had a very D.J. club mix feel from the start. The filters and effects really created a cool frequency shift groove. The music was washing and pulsing to the tempo if the track. Wonderful mix and creative pop rock for sure. A bit more than electronic pop, a bit Til Tuesday and Romeo Void sounding. Classic track for the night life club thing and possible popular rock radio !!!
You Know review 4
The way the intro starts electronically with the very sweet voice takes you away to some kind of nymph galaxy. The second voice makes you feel as if somehow there was some voice inside your head. You can really feel the song, not only hear it. Timing between instruments and voice matches. The synth is perfect. Volume is just great.