Sweet Tempest – Giving It Up

“Can’t get enough of this modern return to synth wave, sound of the 80’s that brought electronic music to mainstream world. Love the melodies here, so old school, so well produced. Same goes with all the vocals, that are filled with beautiful arp sounds, amazing song. ”

-Nagamag.com

“Giving It Up” is the disco anthem of the early autumn that will bring all the cool kids to the big cities on the dance floors together. Drenched in 80s synths rewired for the 2020s SWEET TEMPEST created a giddy yet romantic track.
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Jay Wires – Time and Space

“Romantic music will always be successful in the hearts of everyone who is in love. The author’s attentive attitude to many details; Whether it is a good sound, soft rhythm or charming vocals -jay wires-, able to awaken the most callous and sleeping hearts. Music, which is able to cause the most sincere emotions within you.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Романтическая музыка всегда будет иметь успех в сердцах всех, кто влюблён. Внимательное отношение автора к множеству деталей; будь то хороший звук, мягкий ритм или очаровательный вокал -Jay Wires-, способный пробудить самые чёрствые и спящие сердца. Музыка, которая способна вызвать внутри вас самые искренние эмоции.”

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‘Time And Space’ follows the debut Jay Wires single, ‘Candle In The Night’, and continues a story that began there. Filled with frank honesty, longing and unrequited caring, ‘Time And Space’ was written after an argument between Jay Wires and his ex-girlfriend. “We approached arguments differently,” he reflects. “My solution to arguments was always to talk things out as soon as possible in order to move past them, whereas hers was needing to be alone, taking time and space before coming back.” The song was written during one of those periods of post-argument separation.

In spite of its lyrical themes, ‘Time And Space’ highlights Jay Wires’ knack for creating towering, ascendant intricately-detailed electronic pop tracks, full of personal emotion and reference points. “The argument happened in December 2019,” remembers Jay Wires. “That month, we saw a live jazz band perform songs from the ‘Charlie Brown Christmas Special’ soundtrack in a hotel lounge in Williamsburg. For the instrumental break, I created the sound of brushed cymbals to capture the atmosphere of that performance.” ‘Time And Space’ concludes with a powerful, stirring, uplifting synth-orchestral segment, offering a fragile sense of optimism that this was just a temporary parting, not something more permanent.

‘Time And Space’ is the second song to be taken from the debut Jay Wires EP, ‘Kaboom!’.
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Sacul – Nightmare

“"Sacul" shares his deep thoughts of how we change during time, as we grow older even if we don't want to. An unflicting testimonial about life, presented through melancholic Pop rhythms, which didn't left us unaffected. Personal and unique result.”

-Nagamag.com

This song is an existential lament on the fear of growing up, feeling numb in your own body as well as in your physical surroundings. A song about leaving old relationships behind and declaring self-love.
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Metrolight – Stranger from Strangeland

“The track that bursts into your consciousness with its colorful, melodic component and drives crazy the organic rhythm of the Synthpop genre. The sounds of vintage synthesizers, soft percussion and transparent, like water vocals. Such works forever settle in memory, leaving behind a good impression.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Трек, который врывается в ваше сознание своей красочной, мелодичной составляющей и сводит с ума органичным ритмом жанра Synthpop. Звуки винтажных синтезаторов, мягкая перкуссия и прозрачный, как вода вокал. Подобные работы навсегда оседают в памяти, оставляя после себя приятное впечатление.”

-Nagamag.com

Sebastian Clarin – High Blood Treasure

“Synthpop is one of those genres that fully reflects the golden era of the 80s and the new track -sebastian clarin is one of the best in this style. The vintage sounds of synthesizers, the soft rhythm and the warmth of the vocals did their job, as a result - a great job!” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Synthpop один из тех жанров, который в полной мере отражает золотую эпоху 80-ых годов и новый трек -Sebastian Clarin- является одним из лучших в этой стилистике. Винтажные звуки синтезаторов, мягкий ритм и теплота вокала сделали своё дело, по итогам — великолепная работа!”

-Nagamag.com

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Winter Gardens – Crystallise

“Come through the atmosphere Electro Pop and become part of this enchanting performance. The vocalist’s voice takes somewhere to the distance, dissolving beyond the horizon and not letting go for a second! Music, which is capable of performing the incredible – pulling you out of the comfort zone.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Окажитесь в окружении атмосферы Electro Pop и станьте частью этого фееричного представления. Голос вокалистки уносит куда-то в даль, растворяя за горизонтом и не отпуская ни на секунду! Музыка, которая способна совершить невероятное — вытянуть вас из привычной вам зоны комфорта.”

-Nagamag.com

For fans of Chvrches, St Lucia, Foxes and more, Winter Gardens’ new single ‘Crystallise’ combines bubbling, transcendental synths and locomotive disco beats. Taking inspiration from some of the more avant-garde artists of the 1980’s, the track looks to create something not heard before but yet slightly familiar — a forward look into the future of the past.

Crystallise is the latest in a series of critically acclaimed singles from the Brighton-based band, following their 2020 debut EP ’Tapestry’. Led by the stunning vocals of singer Ananda Howard, the band’s music features cascading guitars, arping synthesisers, elegantly flowing keys, serene textures and a pulsing groove glued together with a brooding energy.

The single’s bright sound is matched by a lyrical message about the darker side of social media: “In an age of fabricated ideology that most of us maunder aimlessly through a digital reality, promoting and expressing your output can become almost overwhelming and ironically disconnecting” explains Ananda. “Expectations of image, “proving yourself” and an obligation to create statuses can cause a loss of context.”

Bonze – A Place (Inside My Head)

“Such music will remain in the history of the alternative Rock genre forever. This is a strong, emotionally thought -out work from -Bonze-, which can charm you and provoke strong emotional shocks inside your heart.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Такая музыка останется в истории жанра Alternative Rock навсегда. Это крепкая, эмоционально продуманная работа от -Bonze-, которая способна очаровать вас и спровоцировать внутри вашего сердца сильные эмоциональные потрясения.”

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