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Cera Gibson – Broken Mind: Sonorously Poignant EDM Pop

Any fans of London Grammar, Warpaint, Miley Cyrus, Florence and the Machine, and Lorde are sure to find plenty of appeal in up and coming artist Cera Gibson’s single “Broken Mind” from their debut album “Crushed Velvet”.

With powerfully poetic lyricism which comes with lashings of resonance when versed by Cera Gibson’s flawlessly dynamic vocals, Broken Mind was never going to fall flat. But regardless of how awe-inspiring Cera Gibson’s vocals are, the true focus on Broken Mind is kept on the captivating emotions which spilt from her truly poignant performance. It makes a lot of sense that Cera Gibson takes inspiration from the likes of Leonard Cohen and Stevie Nicks with her inclination to spill Blues into her soundscape of Downtempo Darkwave EDM.

You can check out Cera Gibson’s single Broken Mind for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Cera Gibson – Blood Diamond: Arrestive Dark Pop

“Blood Diamond” is the captivatingly ethereal latest single from up and coming artist Cera Gibson. With a darker sensibility to Blood Diamond than your average Pop track the arrestive style of the Utah-based artist resonates with absolute distinction.

The ominously immersive sound effects immediately draw you into the track as the momentum combined with the emotivity starts to amplify through the bridge until you hit the true testament to Cera Gibson’s vocal talent in the chorus.

With lyricism which serves as an aural attack on consumerism and capitalism combined Cera Gibson’s magnetic vocals which are reminiscent from what you’ve heard from Lorde, Blood Diamond is a work of potent alchemy. The confidence exuded in the lyricism paired with the orchestral effects in the instrumental arrangement is piercingly beautiful and simply unforgettable.

You can check out the official video to Cera Gibson’s stunning Blood Diamond for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

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Review by Amelia Vandergast