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8udDha bl0od – M08Y’5 7!cking 7im3 80m8: new-wave sounds

Delving back into a mostly instrumental song, this time 8udDha bl0od produce a more electronic project with their M08Y’5 7!cking 7im3 80m8.

Appreciating the diversity of styles the band presents is both a job and a pleasure as they’re always coming up with new and original ways to experiment with their sound, a risk you take if you’re confident in your music. In fact, very few artists take this risk nowadays.

But not 8udDha bl0od. In M08Y’5 7!cking 7im3 80m8 (which I believe stands for “Moby’s Ticking Time Bomb”), they explore new-wave sounds by employing synths, loops and beats, that interlace as if they were panning out to a dancehall outcome. One technical highlight to appreciate, the synth bass kicking in halfway into the song that adds dynamic movement to the structure.

A hint of vocals opens up in the final part with almost unintelligible lyrics but the effects used to distort the tone perfectly match the atmosphere the song is aiming to achieve.

You can listen to M08Y’5 7!cking 7im3 80m8 for yourself on Soundcloud.

Review by Jim Esposito.

Ameriglow releases Dismantle: A combination of Rock, Indie and New Wave

Anti-Americana band Ameriglow have dropped single ‘Dismantle’ from Rock, Indie and New Wave all come through in this release.

A rather guttural tone seeps through the vocals, as the high notes begin to hit the raucous shrieks begin to take place, when the instrumentals begint to amp up the volume and make everything that little more crazy.

Having that pure old school Rock instrumentation the clasp of the guitar strings, the hit on the cymbal followed by the thump on the snare. Each beat interlacing with the style and tone, making sure it offers that blues and full on Rock and Roll. A more distorted sound begins to loom over the rhythm as the piece comes to an abrupt ending.

This is a piece that those who are fans of The Cure would be so hooked on, be sure to check this one out.

Listen to Ameriglow’s single Dismantle by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Karley Myall