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You Make Me Sad: Jets to Badlands move on from her sneaky ways with ‘Chameleon’

With a catchy style and a true story which so many will find totally relatable, Jets to Badlands grow tired of their partners shady games and start fresh again to find a happier medium of living with ‘Chameleon‘.

Jets to Badlands is an party indie alt-rock duo inspired my 90’s and future-rock. They are from unknown lands far away from this rather weird earth, as they believe they are controlled by external forces from space who can’t be explained.

This is the story about a harsh breakup, that happened so quickly and you really didn’t see it coming. Things are over now and emotions have swelled up like an upset sea – as the tides flow unexpectedly – and barrel right over your whole fragile body, to leave you breathlessly searching for air.

Chameleon‘ from the unique alien two-piece rock band Jets to Badlands, shows us a relationship that was so strong but has now has faded from view, as the silly games and untruths became way too much for your conscious. Made with a wildly enthusiastic video that captures the picture perfectly, this is a catchy single that will entertain you with its thrilling ride, all the way to the top of the Ferris wheel.

See this new music video on YouTube and check out the IG page for more info.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Quentel the Cryptid – Ghost Trap: Obsession-Worthy Dark Alt-Rock

When the prelude to a previously unheard track demands maximum volume, you know you’ve just stumbled across a gem, which is exactly what happened when we dove into the cataclysmically superlative single ‘Ghost Trap’ by Alt-Rock artist Quentel the Cryptid.

Fans of the darker side of the Alt 90s sound will definitely want to indulge in Ghost Trap which offers the same atmospheric effects as Cradle of Filth, the same progressive momentum as Porcupine Tree and vocals carrying the cutting reminiscence of Brian Molko. But that isn’t where the dynamism ends, the heavy use of psychedelically-laced synths allowed Quentel the Cryptid to well and truly stamp down their ensnaring sonic signature sound in Ghost Track.

It’s an obsession worthy track from the first hit.

You can check out the official video to Ghost Trap for yourselves by heading over to YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast