Young music producer and instrumentalist Parsley Palette releases latest single ‘Who Gives A Fuk’ feat Danny infusing the sounds of Elctro, Synth and Pop.
Kicking off with that eerily shrill sound that flows in the background, as the techno melody begins to take the lead, introducing a rather synthesized voice that starts the track off as the vocals come in, in a rather abrupt way, having a rather gravelly tone to them, giving it that upbeat tone as the melody begins to kick in with that more Drum and Bass element, to get you moving, the vocals get higher and everything gets a little crazier.
Towards the middle the tone of voice becomes very distorted and starts to fade in and out, as the lyrics begin to enter that repetitive approach, then the upbeat energetic rhythm comes flying back in. There’s a lot going on within a short amount of time, but that doesn’t sway away from the fact it’s intriguing to listen too and hear each element that has been put into it.
Be sure to check out this one by producer Parsley Palette ft Danny.
Listen to Parsley Palette Who Gives A Fuk ft Danny by heading on over to Spotify now.
Review by Karley Myall
Experimental Electronica shines through in Alien Private Eye’s new single ‘’No Call’. It may not be to everyone’s taste but it’s for sure impressive and shows a lot of creativity.
This track takes Electronica to a whole new level, there is so much suspense as you listen, it’s mysterious, dark and even eerie in places. It’s one that you really feel yourself going on a journey through the evolution of sounds and the impact they have on a listener.
Most of the time with this specific style of music it’s either vocals and a mix of sound effects or just sound on its own. Well Alien Private Eye decided to combine the two together by adding this almost hypnotising rhythm as well as these mesmerising vocals that gives the track this dose of up-beat energy.
The melody compliments the vocals and the pitch and pace is so similar that nothing seems out of place, the use of sound effects fits with the vocal ranges perfectly. Be sure to check this one out!
Check out No Call by heading over to SoundCloud now.
Review by Karley Myall
John Burke is an artist and composer with a vibrant, kaleidoscopic twist and a unique approach to his sound. “Rift” is an exciting shape-shifting tracks that combines folk, classical music and other influences into a driven mix. Clocking in at over 8 minutes, “Rifts” echoes the work of celebrated composers such as Yann Tiersen or Alexandre DeSplat, just to mention but a few.
The beautiful string sections complement the round piano chords beautifully, almost as if the strings and the keys were chasing one another in a playful whirlwind, like autumn leaves before they touch the ground. The beat of the song is minimalistic and bare-bones compared to the intricate melodic arrangements, but it does a great job at keeping it all together.