Written by Pmachineposted in New Music 17 Nov 2023, 12:00142 Views
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A year after the release of his second album ‘Stardust Genesis’, Canadian musician/producer EhRah hits the ground running with a hypnotising single: ‘Streets After Sundown’. Featuring powerful and entrancing vocals from UK singer I Am Boleyn, this track combines her flawless performance with the pristine melodic and production quality that has become expected of EhRah.
This track takes the listener on a droning ride. Think back to the days when life was simpler. When you could just take the car at night, roll down the windows, and see where life took you. ‘Streets After Sundown’ encapsulates that nostalgic and quiet aesthetic while also incorporating energetic dance vibes throughout certain sections of the track. The layered arpeggios and synth work compliment the compelling vocal performance in a natural and immaculate way. As if they were meant for each other.
Stay on the lookout for the latest albums from EhRah, as well as I am Boleyn, as this single is only the beginning of new musical projects for the both of them.
Written by Pmachineposted in New Music 16 Nov 2023, 12:00152 Views
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Bunny X, based in New York City, are inspired by the music, film and culture of the 1980s. In contrast to their 80s pop-leaning and John Hughes’ inspired debut album, Young & In Love, released in October 2021 with Aztec Records, their sophomore record, Love Minus 80, explored a darker and more introspective side of Bunny X. Love Minus 80 is a concept-driven collection of moody retrowave songs that were inspired by a number of sci-fi/fantasy novels, films and television shows, many of which were published or released in the 1970s and 1980s.
Now, on the upcoming Love Minus 80 Remixalbum, Bunny X has asked their fellow creators - to include labelmates Future Analog and Walter Alienson - to provide their own unique interpretations of the songs contained on the original record and the result is nothing short of extraordinary.
“Daydreaming” is the second single from the upcoming remix album, remixed by Warsaw-based synthwave/cyberpunk producer Cassetter, who reimagined the already pop forward track into a hard-hitting dance floor banger. Daydreaming was inspired by films like Drive and Thief as well as some recurring characters in renowned science-fiction author William Gibson's 'Sprawl' and 'Bridge' trilogies. The track itself pays homage to Robyn'sCall Your Girlfriend era while still maintaining an overall retrowave theme.