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Mass Mercury misses those tender touches on ‘Makin’ Me Crazy’ (feat. Heini Ikonen and Yoni Teràn)

With a catchy summer track that shows you that love certainly grows fonder when two lovers are temporarily apart, Mass Mercury reminds us that it’s best to make use of those opportunities to be together on, ‘Makin’ Me Crazy(feat. Heini Ikonen and Yoni Teràn).

Mass Mercury was formed by Chris Sanders and Sean Sanders, who are an American-Finnish, father-son production team who use their family ties to make outstanding music.

A song about missing loved ones during these COVID-19 lockdown times.” ~ Mass Mercury

Reminding us that romance can be hard to deal with if you are far away for too long, Mass Mercury joins forces with Heini Ikonen and Yoni Teràn to seduce our minds and get that lonely heart beating faster again with a sumptuous display.

Makin’ Me Crazy(feat. Heini Ikonen and Yoni Teràn) from the father-son production unit Mass Mercury is a hot single that is sung with such tremendously enjoyable Latino exuberance that you will find yourself getting the volume dial all the way up to red. There is a saucy atmosphere that sends your emotions into the sky – with a top beat to smile with fondly – as you imagine being with the human of your dreams.

Sometimes, you can’t stop thinking about that transformative touch that has you feeling like you are loving for the first time again.

Listen up to this new single on Spotify and see more on the IG page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Mauri Dark – Poison Woman: Cinematically Dark Alt Folk

If you could imagine what it would sound like if Nick Cave and Johnny Cash aurally met in the middle, you’ll get a good idea of what is on offer in Finnish singer-songwriter, Mauri Dark’s, latest single ‘Poison Woman’ taken from their LP ‘Dreams of a Middle-Aged Man’.

With rhythms which will throw into a dark Western while sending a few postcards from 70s Folk, Poison Woman is an eclectic smorgasbord of familiarity, rearranged to offer undiluted ingenuity. It’s as immersive as any Tarantino film but easily eclipses them on an emotional level. The sonorously low vocal timbre coalesces with the baritone guitar, setting a dismally cinematic tone which draws you into the melancholic mindset the single was written with. But with the level of emotion on display, listening to Poison Woman is anything but an exercise in morosity.

You can check out Poison Woman via Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast