French Pop electro band MD One has released its second single “Bombe A” on Jan. 29 from their upcoming debut album “Twelve Stars” coming out 2021. The song is uplifting in its lyrics and free flowing in its sonic rhythms. Check out the music video below:
The opening guitar is lonesome and thoughtful but quickly leads into a head bobbing and foot tapping beat. Vocalist David Granger’s message of finding chemistry with someone else and lighting up desire is elating in nature and enhances the sentiments of the song, activating both the mind and the body of the listener. The synthesizers at the midway point transform the track into a dance rock experience and showcase the abilities of composer Marc Vindret, known as the alchemist of sounds. Many instruments are layered onto each other and are well balanced to provide a nice crescendo into the final verses of “sweet desire” and “feeding the fire.” The overall song is radio friendly yet offers the profound meaning usually found within deep cuts. “Bombe A” offers a true feeling of euphoria felt in every bone of the body and is a required listen for those looking for something modern and stylish.
MD One has created a sound of their own, taking inspiration from many different locations and we can’t wait to see where they’ll end up next. To find out more on MD One, check them out on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and their official site.
Xayberoptix premiered a new song on Feb. 14 that will light up the dance floor and make you wave your hands in the air from excitement. “Before it Ends” is a modern take on the electronica genre made to fit right in with any classic dance playlist. Check out the promo virtual concert below:
Written and produced by Laos-native Xayberoptix and featuring Laura S. Wright on vocals, “Before it Ends” is a catchy, upbeat dance anthem that could shine at any EDM festival. Harkening back to the pulsing beats found in the early 90s dance club scene, “Before it Ends” combines body-moving rhythms with romance-inked lyrics, resulting in a new fusion best accompanied by strobe lights and pyrotechnics. The song demonstrates Xayberoptix’s command of the electronica genre, as he intertwines smooth keyboard melodies to drive the song while backing synths ease in and out to fill out the deep end. His collaboration with Laura is a perfect match as her voice elevates the song to the next level, adding strong emotion to match the high party energy.
Xayberoptix is no stranger to composing and producing tracks of all genres, and we’re excited to see where the next stop is on the unique musical road ahead of him. To stay up to date with all things Xayberoptix, check out his Facebook, TikTok, Instagram and YouTube channel.
This month brings a new song from Alex Genadinik in the form of an introspective interpretation of a romantic Russian song. The result is “Love Letters in the Clouds,” a track that speaks directly to your soul and makes you long for happier days. Check out the song below:
The finger picking acoustic guitar sets the tone for a somber story, but soon the orchestral backdrop swoops in to lift the words into the clouds, very much like the lyrics, which were rewritten to fit a newer audience and a modern musical landscape. Close your eyes and listen to the soft voice and sounds as they take you on a journey through open fields of wonder and curiosity.
The ending of the song is sad since the connection between the two lovers in the story ends as time passes and they grow too old to communicate. Because of the meaning behind the song, it makes the listener reflect on their own short time on this earth and reminds us all not to waste any of it, especially if it is between two lovers such as these. Taken as a whole, the song is highly recommended for anyone looking to reconnect, especially in the romantic month of February.
Adam McClelland’s debut single “Strung Out Over You” is a love letter to all fans of feel-good music. The Country rock single hits all the high points with flair, featuring clear, strong vocals that deliver with purpose and drive. Check out the song below.
The track begins with an anthemic melody leading into touching lyrics of companionship and the feelings of being home. The tune is for those who have felt down with nowhere to go but ultimately having a partner who can bring joy and meaning to their lives. “Strung Out Over You” presents this story perfectly with interesting anecdotes, such as stumbling out of bars, that allows us to sympathize with Adam.
The song structure makes for an easy and enjoyable listening experience and could easily fit onto any contemporary playlist. The instrumentals provide the backdrop with clean acoustics, drumming that propels the song to the next level, and a hotshot guitar solo that truly displays the musicianship behind this rising star. The song is a promising start to what ‘s in store for Adam McClelland’s musical future. If this is the quality of songs we can expect moving forward, we can’t wait to hear more!
Patrick van Zandwijk, aka TuskHead, is set to release his new song “Blue” coming out on Feb. 5. The singer-songwriter is known for blending together genres such as folk, country and bluegrass in a way that keeps the down to roots spirit of those genres while enliven it with his own signature style. “Blue” is another example of what makes TuskHead stand out above the rest.
Piano and fingerpicked guitars start off the track along with a thumping beat, giving off a sense of calm before the oncoming storm. TuskHead has a very clear and determined voice, serene yet robust, allowing the listener to feel tranquil and mighty at the same time. The song has a buildup of rollicking drums that elevate the track from a traditional Country-inspired tune into a full on anthem, with contemporary production to match up with the popular tracks of our day.
The touching verses and catchy chorus are seized by several powerful guitar solos. “Blue” makes you want to march forward with pride and grab life by the horns. Head bobbing melodies and foot stomping rhythms solidify TuskHead’s latest effort as a keeper in our favorite up-and-coming artist’s playlist.
We hope you are as excited to hear the new song as we were listening to it. To learn more about TuskHead, follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and check out his website here. To pre-save “Blue” on Spotify, click the button below.