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11 Jul 2020 - LAU - We Had Magic

We Had Magic, the second single taken from LAU's forthcoming debut album, finds the songwriter and singer in a more retrospective mood than the previous offering. In the same tradition of Ultravox 'Dancing With Tears In My Eyes' or Robyn classic 'Dancing On My Own', the song describes the end of a relationship, at the beat of big snares, sharp synth leads and a meaty arpeggiated bass line. We Had Magic depicts the exact moment when we realize there's nothing else you can say or do to make the other person stay. Perhaps the most intimate output to date from LAU, this is the making of a future classic.


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10 Jul 2020 - Sove - Always The Same

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10 Jul 2020 - Oblique - Black Heart

Black Heart finds Oblique in a much darker mood, mixing a very distinctive production that blends Synthwave and Retrowave genres with an acute sense of nostalgia. Black Heart is the most introspective and poignant offering to date.

Depicting the dramatic end of a relationship where there seems to be no redeeming qualities about the former love interest, there definitely is an empowering message within the lyrics 'You can't break my heart.'

Black Heart is scheduled to come out on 10th July via Aztec Records and the EP comes packed with remixes from very renowned producers of the Synthwave and Retrowave scene such as Carbon Killer, Thought Beings, Noiseed, Sauvage, Carlos Bayona and Aztec Record's own Zenith Volt.


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Psycho Beat is the latest collaboration from Italian producer Fulvio Colasanto and American songstress Christina Siravo.

The relentless energy of the song takes inspiration from the best Pop/RnB from the 80's. A strong homage to the production of masters like Quincy Jones, the use of sparse guitars, synth stabs and a solid drum pattern, creates an unstoppable groove that is hard to resist.

Siravo's crystal clear vocal delivery and suggestive lyrics, which include a spoken part in the tradition of proto-raps from that classic era, creates a picture of danger and imminent doom. Like a recurrent nightmare where you are unable to escape from an endless chase. Psycho Beat will stay with you for a long time after the first listen.


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