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”Indiana” is a stupendous debut effort from the glorious voice of Madison

Madison has a stunning voice and shows it off nicely here with her new and debut song ”Indiana”. The young songstress turns up the volume real loud here and surpasses expectations mightily in this beautiful journey.

The poster on this song showcases what is in store and no one is left disappointed. The listener is left spellbound with this wonderland of stunning beats to get us warmed up. Madison has this ability to grab you with her magnificent vocals that are just a marvel to listen to. I feel like I’m in a movie set with her gallivanting through.

Indiana” strides in as one of the years best electronic-pop songs and its so well sung by the young Madison. I like how she is able to keep the consistency going through with such high notes. What a fantastic song and let’s hope that she flourishes and brings out more gems.

Stream this new song right here on Spotify.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

OVVLS – LESS THAN PURE: Cinematically Macabre Alt Electro

After checking out OVVLS at this year’s Across the Threshold festival (where they absolutely stole the show) in Liverpool, I’m absolutely delighted to hear that the duo has created yet another dark and twisted melodic weaving of synth-driven alchemy.

The infectiously catchy lyrical narrative tells a pensive tale of addiction, ironically right from the first verse you’re absolutely hooked. Whilst OVVL’s style is usually decadent, and resoundingly macabre, their latest single LESS THAN PURE was overwhelmingly sobering. Usually, you don’t get to hear a lot of soul in Electronica, yet, thanks to OVVL’s authentically raw offering to the genre you’re treated to momentous offerings of perfectly styled melancholy. What packs even more essence into the duo’s sound is their choice to use an acoustic drum kit to lay down the rhythm of their tracks. No 808’s to be found here.

You can check out OVVL’s latest music from September 21st via Spotify, in the meantime head over and check out some of their earlier releases – you can’t go far wrong with ‘Mind Leeches’ or ‘Pain is Beauty’.

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Review by Amelia Vandergast