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Aaron Everything sings with such passion on the thoughtful ‘Die In L.A’

The acoustic version of ‘Die In L.A‘ is such a top track and this is thanks to the skills of Aaron Everything.

The Hollows acoustic EP is comprised of 3 of Aaron’s older tracks which he and his engineer Julian brought new life to along with the help from other musicians around the internet. Aaron wanted to do an acoustic EP since he began in music after taking a lot of influence from BLACKBEAR specifically his ‘DEAD‘ album.

Die in L.A’ to Aaron is an emotive piece about not wishing to be stuck in a small town and small town mindset for the rest of his life. Feeling as if you’re just going through the motions of life with no real promise but having big city dreams is built deep into Irish culture with the history of mass emigration in this country. But seeing how this virus has been handled and the social unrest in other countries like America, Aaron is torn in where to go in his life to best benefit his music and mental well-being. This is a true story and one that millions of us think about. Stay in the same town or get out and risk not being happy either.

Aaron Everything is a top performer and ‘Die In L.A‘ is a thoughtful song that ticks all the boxes.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Silver Screens – Let it Go: They Won’t Stay Underground With This Flow

The intro to the debut hit Let It Go by Silver Screens didn’t bring the track much promise, as I prepared to the track to drawl through the 3-minute duration I fell into the emotive Rap R&B Hip Hop Track and became transfixed by the lyrical flow of the talented collective of artists.

There’s nothing I detest more than repetitive music, so, I was a little disappointed to here the same three words ‘Let it Go’ over and over again, perhaps I’ve been mentally scarred by the Disney, Frozen song, but who knows. Yet, when the verse kicks in half way through the song I was in awe of the rhythmic ability, the ease in which the verses were spat transformed this track which was dangerously of the edge of mundanity into a track that I’ll be listening to time and time again.

I look forward to hearing more from the elusive collective of artists, if there’s one thing that their debut track proved, it was that this is the beginning.

You can check out Let it Go via the Dropbox link below: