Single Song Reviews
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    Secret by Dylyn


    Urban melancholy

    High on laptop melancholy, Dylyn throws the big betrayal into the lyrics of her song “Secret” making the end result burn with a quite decent level of intensity. She sounds like she should be more famous than she is.

    Review date: March 26, 2017
    Website: www.facebook.com/callmeDYLYN

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    Face On by Ider


    Modern times

    A neat and tidy example of mid-paced modern day electro pop, “Face On” shows that duo Ider have learned the lessons of modern pop music and then distilled it all into one, soon familiar, song. The inherent irony of such an approach has clearly not been forgotten either.

    Review date: March 26, 2017
    Website: www.facebook.com/weareider

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    Trouble Making by Bordeen


    Middleweight

    Middleweight is the fighting class for the siblings Ryan, Daniel and Brianna with their song “Trouble Making” taking care to offend no one in the battle for musical victory with the meandering guitar taking the role of coach throughout.

    Review date: March 26, 2017
    Website: www.facebook.com/bordeen

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    Lotus Interception by Luna Green


    Spooky

    Always a class act and one who can evoke emptiness with minimal effort, Luna Green twists her song “Lotus Interception” out of shape as if reflecting the contradictions inherent in passion. Listen to it twice (at least) for maximum benefit. I am your doctor and you can trust my judgment on this matter.

    Review date: March 26, 2017
    Website: www.facebook.com/lunagreenofficial

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    Moon by Krrum


    Trendy

    Given its simplicity, it is remarkable that Krrum’s song “Moon” achieves the level of ear friendliness that it does. No doubt he has a hipster beard but there is still enough feeling between the sequenced beats to make this a song of the heart rather than one of the street.

    Review date: March 26, 2017
    Website: www.facebook.com/krrumuk

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    Visiter La Lune by Benjamin Schoos


    Classy

    Many good things come from Belgium – Westmalle Trippel springs immediately to mind – so it was no surprise that Benjamin Schoos, and his song “Visiter La Lune”, demonstrates that style still has its place in modern music even if the ghost of even classier Frenchmen like Joe Dassin haunts the lyrics.

    Review date: March 26, 2017
    Website: www.benjaminschoos.co.uk

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    Heart 2 Heart by Fake Shark


    Electro goodness

    You can’t really grow out of the three minute pop song – God knows I’ve tried – so I took an immediate liking to Canadian band Fake Shark’s song “Heart 2 Heart”. OK, so the song actually runs 16 seconds over 3 minutes but the combination of eighties electro pop groove and good time lyrics proved irresistible. May the force be with them always.

    Review date: March 21, 2017
    Website: www.facebook.com/Fakesharkmusic

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    Human by Eckoes


    Classy

    There is no doubt that “Human” shows that Eckoes has the imagination that many musicians lack with her song mixing together the kind of samples that will enchant the intelligentsia with the kind of streetwise rhythms that will attract the masses. Top the song off with some entrancing vocals and the job is done and done well.

    Review date: March 21, 2017
    Website: www.facebook.com/iameckoes

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