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No Signal implanted Trap into the Industrial Rock Arena with their Alt Rock hit “Digital Eyes”

The future is here, in the form of No Signal’s Alt Rock Trap hit Digital Eyes. The friction-laden, filthy instrumentals are the perfect pairing for No Signal’s darkly distorted vocals which bring the Trap elements into the monstrously indulgent mix.

Any fans of Celldweller, Skinny Puppy, Frontline Assembly and other melodic Industrial Rock artists are sure to hear plenty of appeal in this romantically ominous bass-riding hit.

Digital Eyes is the ultimate testament to the artist’s ability to cook up an ever-lasting earworm. You’ll want to give the track plenty of repeat attention to soak up the amorous ingenuity of the lyrics which alluringly compliments the raw, gritty grooves in the Industrial instrumentals.

You can check out Digital Eyes for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Australian producer Ian Chamberlain mixes it up with ”No Signal Remix”

In life there comes a time when there is no signal. You try and tune in correctly but there is nothing there. To rise above you have to look deeper to see what is really going on.

Based in Adelaide in Australia, Ian Chamberlain is a fairly new producer that is refining his game to bring out better and better music. He inspired by musical genres past and present, mechanical sounds, and the world of nature.

With a trippy beat that is very distorted at the start, I knew this was going to be interesting. The song soon changes up and I feel that I am on an island somewhere nice and tropical. Perhaps with low hanging fruit on trees and the bars serve beverages with funny little hats in them.

No Signal Remix” is the remix of the track ”No Signal” from 2018. The song is pretty much the same with a few subtle influences to keep things interesting. This is a solid release that keeps things so chilled in the heart with the blood pressure needing more of this in this crazy world.

Head through to Soundcloud so you can hear more from the Australian producer.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen