Andrea Pizzo’s Latest Single is a True Space Adventure

Andrea Pizzo and the Purple Mice share their latest space rock single “Go Fishing in the Ocean of Enceladus.” Check out the exciting, daring song below:

The Purple Mice is a musical project consisting of Andrea Pizzo, Raffaella Turbino, Riccardo Morello, and Roberto Tiranti, and together they are making songs based around planets, space, and the universe. Their song “Go Fishing in the Ocean of Enceladus” begins as a mellow, laid-back rock track with a hypnotic, spacey intro embellished in cool sound effects. Andrea starts the song off by painting a picture of travelers looking for a great new voyage to the small moon of Saturn, using his distinctive voice that is full of wonder and enthusiasm. The song is modern yet psychedelic, mixing child-like charm from The Beatles “Yellow Submarine” with the take-off adventure found in David Bowie’s “Space Oddity.” Although the song’s influences are distinguishable, this track is truly original, and the Purple Mice show they can stand out and have a sound that is all their own.

Raffaella’s vivid lyrics help bring visual life to the song. They are full of details and allow the listener to expand their own imagination. When the characters in the story begin to leave earth’s atmosphere toward Enceladus, the song picks up, from its upbeat tempo, drumming, and increased urgency to match with the ongoing adventure. Upon descending onto their new planet, the voyagers quickly encounter danger after they start digging when an electric octopus attacks them. The whimsical nature of the story along with the rocking instruments make for a truly wonderful listening experience.

We recommend this song to anyone who is already interested in space rock or who wants to get into the genre. It is a solid introduction into what the genre has to offer: stories about space travel, music that breaks conventional boundaries, and bringing together people who have ever wondered about what lies just beyond the stars.

Overall, “Go Fishing in the Ocean of Enceladus” is a tribute to science fiction done in a fun, lighthearted way. To stay up to date with Andrea Pizzo and the Purple Mice, check them out on Instagram, Facebook, Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and their website.

R&B Pop Artist SolAce drops new track “Glowd Up”

SolAce is back again with a new banger “Glowd Up” featuring eclectic rapper Rekka. Check out the song below:

SolAce has shown his more intimate side before with songs such as “Rearranging,” and now he’s letting us know there’s more to his musical repertoire to be enjoyed. “Glowd Up” starts off with a cool arpeggiate synth line as the beat kicks in. You then immediately feel your shoulders poppin’ and your head bumping. The kicks, snares and hi-hats all sound crisp, and bundle that with the hard-hitting deep bass notes, we end up having rhythm section that will get everybody moving in no time.

The song’s lyrics are about getting ready to go to the club. Luckily for us, SolAce is able to bring the club to us. There are many clever rhyming schemes to be found here, a personal favorite being:

“Hopped out feeling fresh and clean / With a comb in my hands singing Billie Jean”


The line is even accompanied with the classic MJ “Hee hee!” This attention to detail is what makes re-listens more enjoyable. Although the song seems to be about getting ready to have a fun night out, on a deeper level, the song is more about having the positive energy to do what you want in life despite the haters. It’s about having a positive radiance that illuminates your path forward in life, a consistent message with SolAce’s songwriting across multiple songs.

The vocals have a silky-smooth rap rhythm to them, but SolAce has more singing chops than his contemporaries. His whispery verses contrast well with his powerful delivery during the “Glowd Up” chorus. The delivery of the title has an anthemic feel to it, and you know it’s gonna be a crowd pleaser at shows where everyone can sing along. Rekka then drops in and adds in her slick verse about not wasting time on trippin’, as her clear, tight voice just oozes flow. SolAce definitely knows who to collaborate with to elevate his songs to the next level.

Overall, “Glowd Up” is sure to be a house party staple, and we can’t wait to hear more from SolAce as he continues down his musical journey. What will be next for SolAce: a touching ballad or a breakdancing hurricane? Stay up to date with Enter the Venture to find out. Follow SolAce on social media at TikTokInstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube and his website.

Artist Spotlight: Alex Genadinik (Part 2)

Enter the Venture continues to highlight Alex Genadinik as we delve deeper into the meaning behind his songs through lyrics, metaphors and more. Part 1 of the artist spotlight can be found here.

To fully grasp an understanding of Genadinik’s lyrics and the inspiration behind them, there is a poetry book he wrote that can help put everything into perspective. Containing half original poems and half translations from Russian poet and singer-songwriter Bulat Okudzhava, it’s clear Genadinik strives to take listeners on an imaginative journey through new worlds and introspective feelings.

Among the many songs he has written and translated, there are many lyrical gems to be found. Some of his best song lyrics can be found in the song “Oh Michelangelo.” In it, he sings:

“You’re breathing with me, our souls have met.

Our eyes close as my fingers track new Sistine Chapels along your back.”

This is only one example of the imagery he is able to instill into his audience through majestic words. A lot of his noteworthy lyrics are based on poetry, Shakespeare, and common instances found in life. A common theme in his music are songs with metaphors, such as “Magic Dandelion,” which compares gun violence with petals of a dandelion, and “The One Who Didn’t,” which uses the motif found in Beethoven’s 5th Symphony in the song as a metaphor of an urgent door knocking on your life, asking you what you are doing with it.

But aside from all the optimism found in his lyrics, Genadinik also writes songs about loneliness such as “The Road Song.” Listen to the full song below:

It’s about a man going through the forest contemplating on a love that was not requited. As he continues moving forward, he feels her stare upon him through the night sky like two cold stars. Songs like these showcase the wide range of emotional appeal that Genadinik has, as he can go from uplifting songs that focus on happiness, all the way to the other end of the spectrum to sadness. However there’s no need to fear, these songs always have a touch of hope at the end.

All in all, Genadinik will continue to use inspiration from many sources found in the arts to create new and inspiring music. In addition writing songs, he also has white label video courses to resell.

Artist Spotlight: Alex Genadinik (Part 1)

For the month of December, Enter the Venture will be highlighting a prolific artist who has appeared on the site numerous times: Alex Genadinik. He is known for composing songs with lush-sounding instruments and more importantly, lyrics based on poetry with uplifting messages.

Genadinik has many songs about not giving up, such as “Love Letters in the Cloud,” an interpretation of a romantic Russian song about an enchanting woman, with elements of love and hope. The song is about moving on and not wasting time. The way he connects with his audience is by writing relatable songs, such as “The One Who Didn’t,” a song inspired by Beethoven’s 5th Symphony. The common human experience in this song is how we all have the fear of falling short from achieving our goals and the lyrics capture this sentiment clearly.

No matter the song, Genadinik always focuses on creating optimistic songs, such as “Blue Trolley.” The theme here is how strangers are able to bond with each other on a night train ride home, even if they don’t talk to each other. The beautiful lyrics here and in all of his music always revolve around things we experience in life, big or small. Genadinik is very skilled at making music with poetry based inspiration, such as “Guardians with Souls,” a song about how poets and music can rescue us when we feel we have lost direction in life.

Genadinik will continue making inspirational songs and we look forward to hearing more from him in the coming year. In addition to his music, Alex also provides PLR courses.

Sword in Stone Release Latest Single “Hey Marianne”

Adelaide-native indie pop band Sword in Stone have released a retro styled performance video for their song “Hey Marianne” that gives off strong Beatles vibes. Check out the song below:

Going into this song, I was expecting something indie and perhaps lo-fi. But after the first listen, I was pleasantly surprised at the high quality of the mix, which brings out the lush sounds of each instrument and places the vocals in a nice pocket. The songwriting follows the structure normally found in pop songs, though there are some interesting choices made, such as after the first chorus where they decide to let the chords ring for a bit, which adds a nice break from the beat. There are a lot of interesting guitar licks within the verses to keep things fresh, and the solo adds to the overall entertaining atmosphere of this track.

“Hey Marianne” is overall a head-bopping, easy going, harmonious song that is sure to put you in a good mood. Lyrically down to earth, and visually enjoyable to watch, Sword in Stone is a band you can just tell is having a blast whenever they are performing together, and that feeling rubs off the viewer well. The clean tone of the guitar, the foot tapping rhythm section, and catchy vocals by Adam Horwood all blend to present a pop anthem that is sure to be a staple on many listener’s summertime playlists.

Sword in Stone are continuing to put their hometown Adelaide on the map as a place where upbeat tunes are being produced. We look forward to seeing what comes next from this band. Check them out at their upcoming gig in Adelaide, South Australia, on the 11th of February at the Jade. To keep up to date with Sword in Stone, check them out on YouTube and Facebook.

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