Popcorn Kid's latest single, Moment In Time, featuring Noxigen is an upbeat, glam rock-esque Synthwave track that talks about when love consumes you so much that it collapses time. Suddenly, you find your whole days blending to create one endless loop. So, you find yourself believing this would last forever. And eventually, all you can think about is how life has always been this way and will only continue to be this way.
Popcorn Kid's synth work has always been top-notch, owing to the multi-genre background he comes from. Collaborating with his childhood friend Noxigen was the missing piece of the puzzle. The song is driven by the signature synth melody first heard at the beginning of the song and the big chorus of Noxigen, who also takes a solo on this one. Where he pays tribute to the late legend Eddie Van Halen. The return of the huge drum sounds and big wide bass is no surprise as it has been heard all over Popcorn Kid's discography.
Synthwave artists Zak Vortex & Young Empress have joined forces for an exclusive collaboration, covering the timeless and ever-popular Fleetwood Mac to deliver their very own, retro synth inspired interpretation of Go Your Own Way.
Atmospheric, arpeggiated synth melodies & classic 80s guitars blend together the retro infused electronica of Zak Vortex with the nostalgic undertones of Young Empress, making this smooth little number a cover full of daydreams & night drive vibes.
Enchanting vocals skate across the track, radiating new romantic tones & freewheeling harmonies, all of which draws to a climax of their very own take on a well known & loved guitar solo. Steady bass lines & shadowy vocals work together to coat this track in sentimental sounds alongside an increasingly nostalgic production style.
Zak Vortex & Young Empress have demonstrated that this track is both powerful & engaging, even when delicate.
Radiating ethereal energy bathed in a haunting shadow of sound this cover resounds loud & clear from a great partnership of artists.