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8udDha bl0od shows a (slightly) soffer side with new release iN3x7 2 M3

Experimental and alternative rock artist 8udDha bl0od has released another (this time, shorter named) single ‘iN3x7 2 M3.’ 

While being known for sonically brash and overpowering soundscapes, this number is a relatively softer one. It’s more reminiscent of early Britpop meets grunge and ‘iN3x7 2 M3’ proves that 8udDha bl0od is able to retain a notable portion of his usual artistic presence on the track. 

For those wanting an experimental rock sound made in a Britpop-voiced manner, 8udDha bl0od’s new track could very well be up to your music taste – just don’t expect to be able to remember any songs by name if you dive into his rather rapidly expanding discography. 

Listen to 8udDha bl0od’s new track iN3x7 2 M3 on his Soundcloud account here.

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8udDha bl0od ravages with robotic-chaotic rock in new release

Experimental and alternative rock artist 8udDha bl0od has released another single in his series of unintelligibly (and ironically, understandably) named tracks. 

It’s another pot-smashing and kettle banging musical D-day landing of distortion that 8udDha bl0od uses to kick off affairs. Moreover, this artist has a habit of creating alternative avenues for his expression, and this is another one of those swirling, aggressive affairs that pulverise conventions and drop sonic bombs. 

If Radiohead put themselves through an angrier, weirder filter during their Bends era, you’d find something that wouldn’t sound too dissimilar to 8udDha bl0od. 

Listen to 8udDha bl0od’s new track on the artist’s Soundcloud page here.

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Jealousy reigns with strong ‘’UR Hands In His Hands’’ single from Brighton’s 8udDha bl0od

I know that you know that I’m incapable of letting go. You know where this is going don’t you? This new single is about wanting that person that you think you should be with, but aren’t right now due to bad timing. 

‘’UR Hands In His Hands’’ is the latest song from the talented Brighton band and this is a solid release here in 2020. I feel like the song could have been slightly longer as I was just getting into it. Perhaps, that was the whole aim to begin with. The track is meant to be short, striking and full of remorse. Not being with that special somebody can lead to lots of regret. 

The latest in a long line of 2020 songs, this is up there with the best of the band’s offereings. I’d love to see a music video of this track, it would be a work of art possibly. With sad lyrics and a story of love, who doesn’t want to see what happens?

Get more good music in those ears with the 8udDha boys on SoundCloud.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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Warm campfire vibes ‘’Fireside’’ reminds us of the good times from 8udDha bl0od

Sitting by the fireside, who’s gonna say no. ‘8udDha bl0od’ are back and they bring the heat with happy ‘’Fireside’’ single to warm our hearts. After their most recent dark & moody releases, this is a welcome song to add to their arsenal. 

This is a happy track,  only 1 minute 10 seconds- a short and happy song does the trick sometimes. Good vibes only, this is a perfect add to anyone’s playlist, just to change the mood and forget about any worries that you may have.

‘8udDha bl0od’s’ memory card must be so full with music but surely they will be able to afford a larger one real soon. I love ‘’Faireside’’ and it brought me memories of making smores with friends and laughing by the fireplace. Bring on more smile music like this.

Stream more of the Brighton band right here on SoundCloud.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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8udDha bl0od make everything better with soul-happy ‘’Say Do, She Don’t’’

She don’t like my leather shoes yeah, she don’t like my fur coat, she don’t like everything I own, she likes my soul. Ah yes, this is what love should be about. It’s all about the soul, not what you wear or drive. 

‘8udDha bl0od’ are the architects behind some terrifically catchy songs, with amazing guitar solos that are super funky and you feel like you are in a different world when their music is in your ears. Their music can be moody, almost distant. This time however, they are in happy form with the summer-friendly 2020 single-‘’Say Do, She Don’t’’. 

It feels like 8udDha bl0od has been sent back in time to save the earth from bad tunes. The Brighton, England Psych Pop/Soul band are here and aren’t going anywhere. They are that next ‘big thing’ and only a few people know that yet. What a time to be alive.

With so much music to enjoy, stream them here on SoundCloud

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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Moody Acoustic Jazz vibes with new single from 8udDha bl0od titled ‘’May 2012 Switching Places’’

Sometimes you just wish you could switch places and not be the person is one situation, years ago. You didn’t want someone to see your face, being somewhere you shouldn’t- but they did anyway and the game changes. This can’t happen of course until a time machine is invented but the brooding Brighton band with soul explore the topic anyway.

With an abundance of music added to their collection recently, the band are making quite an impact in 2020. They have loads of new songs, all collected from spending 9 months together, churning out classics, again and again. I wish that there was a camera in the band room during the creation, so we could witness this brilliance and learn a thing or two.

I felt like I was in a 1940’s movie with ‘’May 2012 Switching Places’’. I was half expecting Al Capone to pop out as it had a very mysterious and haunting feel to it. Once again, this is such a great song that I found myself listening to it over and over again. 

Get more moody music from ‘8udDha bl0od’ on their fantastic SoundCloud page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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Introspective storytelling from 8udDha bl0od with new song: ‘’xXx!i + XxX!i!: M.:.Y lUck 8R!ng U5 .:. MiR.:.cl3’’

I think I’ll go sober..today. .no smoke or drink, I have a vape. ‘8udDha bl0od’ is in a different zone with this single. Once again, it’s completely different to any other release- which carries on their proud variety tradition.

This is a thoughtful single, a song about reflection, over-thinking and sadness. They switch things up halfway again and add more of a Californian-type melody, country and western almost. This effort questions faith and being a bit lost sometimes in this confusing world. 

‘8udDha bl0od’ are in imperious form once again and continue to deliver music of an unimaginable standard. The lyrics are dark and moody, just like a winter day in Brighton I’d imagine. This is best listened to when you are in a bit of a mood and need to play loud music for a while to find yourself again.

Catch more of the English boys with a big future on their SoundCloud.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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8udDha bl0od is in a dark mood with ‘’Loving You !n Vain Demo 2 1’’

Loving someone in vain is a tough experience, you feel frustrated and think that perhaps it was a waste of time. ‘8udDha bl0od’ pierce through the speakers on their latest release and you can feel the emotion on this one.

The Brighton band have created quite a cult following since forming at a New Years party a few years back. They are quite clearly a tight group and have spent lots of time together, working on the band’s sound. Sometimes that can be too much for creatives and the time together actually harms the group. With ‘8udDha bl0od’-I feel like the opposite is true. 

‘’Loving You !n Vain Demo 2 1’’ is a deeply personal song and you can hear it all with the tone of the vocals and lyrical content, this is a sad song and you can tell that it means a lot. I doubt that they will ever sing this live at a show but it is a needed output, a way to get over the hurt and move on. 

Get more music from the fantastic ‘8udDha bl0od’ here on SoundCloud.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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8udDha bl0od return with mellow single ‘’C0m3 UP n0w: 81773R L3m0n5 l3M0n.:..:3’’

I need some space in time. A lot of bands try and change just to change. They feel like they must always be reinventing themselves. With ‘8udDha bl0od’, this comes naturally to them and it’s a treat for our ears.

’C0m3 UP n0w: 81773R L3m0n5 l3M0n.:..:3’’ is the latest track from a band that seems to have a whole collection of music that has been hidden away for years and is now just unleashing itself all over the world right now. This is a very chilled acoustic track, a bit trippy and with real soul. The band takes us to a different dimension, the bridge is soothing and I feel independent while listening to it.

The hard working ‘8udDha bl0od’ are in fine form for this one and it’s one of my favorite songs of theirs. The track lasts just over 2 minutes and would be a perfect intro to a series on Netflix I feel.

Hear more from Brighton’s ‘8udDha bl0od’ on their packed SoundCloud page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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Hoping to find the way- 8udDha bl0od drops passionate single ‘’2 7H3 Fi3l:.5 20X!i + X! 83.:.R W!7n355 2 7H3 Willd3Rn355 MiR.:.cl3 Wi7h H3l & 0.:.735’’

You never know what to expect from this terrifically talented Brighton based band from England and once again they deliver a home run with this dark and hauntingly real single. It’s all about finding the way while dealing with rejection all the time. A topic that most of us battle with. 

The guitar riffs on this song are very groovy and I feel like the start of the song would fit a movie scene. A very intense part at that. The way they draw you in is truly remarkable.

A song over 7 minutes is usually way too long in this day and age but not for this band. The whole song changes after halfway, yet again, and they add a whole different sound to the rest of the track. It adds a whole new element and is so great to see. It’s like they really enjoy messing with us and then decide to change into what the song really was supposed to be. 

Don’t stop making this type of music boys, this what sets you apart. Bring on the next one but first, let’s appreciate this genius before it’s all gone.

Get your 8udDha bl0od fix with this deep single on their SoundCloud page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen