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Bug Operator releases new ethereal electro ‘Unblinking’

Electronic music producer Bug Operator has released a new track ‘Unblinking’ from their latest project Extraordinary Popular Delusions (And the Madness of Crowds).

Sparkling into place with some Mike Oldfield-esque keys and twinkly pads, ‘Unblinking’ doesn’t blink before cutting into a more driving European club-inspired space with a harsh saw bass coming into play alongside a heavy dose of reverb-heavy drums. It has a videogame style playfulness that doesn’t tire too long on one single melody, and you can hear an intelligence in the track’s frequency mix which gives it the feeling of an experienced production. 

‘Unblinking’ will work better for those who enjoy electronic music that wouldn’t feel too out of place in a more soundtrack-oriented playlist, and it’s worth checking out if you want to explore the edges of the internet’s vast denizens of hazy, ethereal, mildy-experimental electronica. 

You can check out Bug Operator’s ‘Unblinking’ on the artist’s YouTube channel here.


Back In SAVannah relases his single ‘Just a Memory’

With his music being what matters most to himself and to his listeners, Back In SAVannah lets his songs speak for themselves with his new release ‘Just A Memory’.

‘Just A Memory’ bases its whole structure on a refined merge of bold piano work and powerful vocals in a smooth but captivating blend. The track reaches its maximum expression when violins and strings kick in to open the entire harmony, creating a perfect canvas for his voice to shine.

Passionate lyrics describe moments of suffering followed by acceptance of a relationship that used to be a “perfect masterpiece” fizzling out like it was just a memory.

Check out ‘Just A Memory’ on Spotify.

Review by Jim Esposito.


Parsley Palette releases single Who Gives A Fuk feat Danny

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


BLEAM releases electronic single ‘New Age’

BLEAM has just dropped a crazy manic single ‘’New Age’’. The American electronic music producer BLEAM is also known as Ryan Eshaghi.

Making his name known around the US, BLEAM is known for his creativity when it comes to creating heart-racing electronic music and he certainly does just that. Throughout your taken by surprise with just how much is going on, it can become fairly manic at times, but it definitely shows how good of a producer he is.

Even though it’s considered to be a short track, it does not lack creativity in any way. With it’s unique melodies, blaring drums and of course that breakdown that creeps up on you and all of a sudden leads into this mental breakdown.

Electronic music sometimes can be a hit or miss and to see more and more producers entering the scene it gives it this whole new meaning and new blood to add to the ever-growing genre. BLEAM is one of those that the youth of today will have blaring out of their bedroom speakers.

Check out Bleam’s new single New Age by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Karley Myall