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  • Kees – Get Away: A Bass-Heavy EDM Ballad

    anrfactory.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 20:00:58 +0000

    Get Away is the latest track by EDM Pop Songstress Kees, the single has already received in excess of 100k streams on YouTube since it’s release thanks to the instantly accessible yet resoundingly powerful sound. The vocal harmonies are flawless and the depth of the EDM beat is bordering on phenomenal. On top of that, you’re treated to overwhelmingly empowering vocals which hook you into the bass-heavy ballad. There’s no denying that Get Away is a well-produced stellar track yet I would love to have hear the up and coming artist is a touch more originality behind the sound. That being said her already radio-ready sound is already gaining a significant amount of attention, and there’s little room to wonder why when it comes to her iridescently bright talent. I’m almost certain that this isn’t the last we’ve heard from Kees. You can check out Kees latest single Get Away for yourself by heading over to YouTube now. Review by Amelia Vandergast

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  • Sidney Berthier – I Hate Rock n’ Roll: Experimentally Transient Blues Meets Shoegaze

    anrfactory.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 17:00:07 +0000

    Well, ‘I Hate Rock n Roll’ is certainly a bold statement for a title track but hear him out. Sidney Berthier may have decided to go with shock tactics when it came to naming the track, yet, when it come to the bluesy experimental composition he absolutely knocked it out of the park thanks to his prodigally futuristic style. The up and coming artist created a rhythmically reverb-heavy single which almost flirted with the Shoegaze sound thanks to the crunchy guitars. So, if you could imagine My Bloody Valentine meeting the psychedelic transience of the Doors, you’d come close to getting an idea of Sidney Berthier’s authentically pioneering style. Hopefully his single will inspire more artists to stay away from the revival sound and veer toward contemporary reinvention of the classic. You can check out Sidney Berthier’s latest single I Hate Rock n’ Roll out for yourselves by heading over to Vimeo. To keep up to date with all his latest releases head on over to his Facebook page. Review by Amelia Vandergast

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  • Tal Ornan & The TalorMads – Nobody’s Woman: Delicately Captivating Jazz Blues

    anrfactory.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 14:00:30 +0000

    Nobody’s Woman is the unpredictably stunning latest single from Tal Ornan & The TalorMads. Even after the first verse has run through, you’re still not sure what to expect from the uniquely prodigal progression of the single. The prelude almost has you believing you’re about to listen to a standard ballad unfold, yet the fluidly compelling composition takes a pensively different direction. The quaint arrangements captivate you through the raw energy of the delicate keyboard melodies around the nostalgically inclined bluesy jazz rhythm. If Depeche Mode took their sound in a more acoustically ethereal direction, I’m pretty sure the end result would sound a little like Nobody’s Woman. Whilst Tal Ornan’s style may not be the most mainstream, it’s clear that he’s a composer and artist worthy of recognition for his soul-steeped beguiling works of alchemically charismatic authenticity. You can check out Tal Ornan & The TalorMads’ latest single Nobody’s Woman for yourself by heading over to YouTube. Review by Amelia Vandergast

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  • ULTRAKNIFE – Mechanical Knife: Dub Tech for a Dystopian Future

    anrfactory.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 11:00:58 +0000

    During the prelude to the first track of ULTRAKNIFE’s first EP ‘Mechanical Knife’ I almost prepared myself for a typical Techno track with predictable beats and grating vocal samples. Yet with ‘Exact’ I was more than pleased to be greeted with a progression of ambiently dark, deep sequences of electro which twisted through the sporadic arrangements. The self-confessed synth geek took inspiration for his EP from unlikely sources, including the dystopian future of the anime culture, female droids and giant mecha robots. So, as you can expect, there are swathes of dirty industrial drops around heavily dubbed basslines. The hype of the build ups will leave you ecstatic and also in a little bit of anticipation for the apocalypse. You can check out the Mechanical Knife EP which was released September 8th, 2018 for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now. Review by Amelia Vandergast

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  • Playfio ‘Arcadian Rhythm’ Album Review

    anrfactory.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 08:00:47 +0000

    Rob Playford’s album Arcadian Rhythm kicks off with a cinematically resounding wave of instantly accessible Alt Indie. The wavy synths of the mix lead you through the concordant rhythm in one of the most prodigally fresh manners I’ve heard in a long time. Track 1 ‘Hanging On’ possesses all of the sultry grind that you would expect from any self-respecting Rock track, yet thanks to the digital effects, you’re treated to a soundscape which seamlessly blends the progressions of the guitar with the transcendent vibrancy of the synth. Make no mistake, Rob Playford’s album is not just another poor experimentation in entwining the futurism of Electro Pop with the archaic sound of Rock (I wasn’t going to mention any names, but Arctic Monkeys, I’m looking at you). Each track on the album stands as a testament to the instrumentalist and vocalists progressive style, whilst the beats are kept tight, they are also kept at a steady pacing which is all too easy to slip into. With tracks such as Enigma, you’re treated to an instrumental only progression with a few ingeniously placed vocal samples around the harmonious drive of the music. Whilst it may be lacking in vocals, it’s definitely […]

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  • Rand Bowman – ‘I’ll Be on My Way’ – Delicately Rhythmic Rock

    anrfactory.com | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 22:00:02 +0000

    In recent months I’ve become no stranger to Rand Bowman’s compositions of guitar-driven mastery. Whilst his earlier tracks such as ‘Lose My Mind’ hit me with a decadently raucous energy which was all too easy to get caught up with, his latest 2018 single bruised me in a completely different way. You could taste the melancholic soul which was perceptibly poured into his single through the vocals and the poignantly penned lyrics. The sentiment to ‘I’ll Be on My Way’ may have been pensively deep, yet the jangly progressions which came curtesy of Rand Bowman’s fretboard precision uplifted the track. There is no overstating how uniquely vibrant Rand Bowman is on guitar, match that with his sensuously soft Rock vocals and you’re in for one hell of a treat… and that’s before you get to the intangibly delicate riffs. You can check out Rand Bowman’s latest single I’ll Be on My Way by heading over to SoundCloud now. Review by Amelia Vandergast

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  • JuWe – Lift Me from the Ground: The High-Octane House Remix

    anrfactory.com | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 20:00:10 +0000

    It’s always unnerving to listen to one of your favourite tracks remixed, yet, when I checked out JuWe’s remix of ‘Lift Me from the Ground’ (San Holo), it was clear that the up and coming producer has a perceptibly fresh style and an undeniable ability to pour euphoria over an already infectious beat. JuWe took all of the brash polyphonic sound from San Holo’s original mix and replaced it with swathes of reverb-heavy effect to reconstruct the mix with a throbbing yet light House bassline and pumping even more high-octane energy to the track. The lyrical hooks sink their aural teeth in just as succinctly and you can expect the drops to resonate even more than they did in the original version. You can check out JuWe’s remix out or yourself which was released on September 8th for yourself by heading over to SoundCloud now. Make sure to check out some of his original beats too. Review by Amelia Vandergast

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  • Tim J Grant – Fooled Another Man: Experimentally Electric Synth Pop

    anrfactory.com | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 17:00:49 +0000

    Fooled Another Man is just one of the experimentally vibrant tracks from Tim J Grant’s latest album ‘Fluorescent Lamp Pop’. The Los Angeles based Synth Pop artist teamed up with vocalist Ina Bravo who did more than match the emotion which hits you curtesy of the instrumental progressions. I’d struggle finding any act to compare to Tim J Grant because it’s safe to say no other Electro artist is currently composing mixes like him          , a lot of experimental artists will be obscure for the shock factor, yet, Tim J Grant toes the perfect line between obscurity and genius. The mix of acoustic instrument and digital effects is nothing short of ingenious. Whilst you may be able to describe EDM as euphoric, that doesn’t even come close to the alchemic chaos which went into Fooled Another Man. There is simply no putting into words how deep the hooks to Fooled Another Man are, the melodies possess an almost orchestral compelling energy which draws you even further into the track. You can stream Tim J Grant’s single Fooled Another Man for yourselves by heading over to Bandcamp now. Review by Amelia Vandergast

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  • The Atoms – Idea X: An Anthemically Crushing Smorgasbord of High-Octane Indie Alt Electro

    anrfactory.com | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 14:00:23 +0000

    From the first few seconds of listening to the Atom’s latest track Idea X, you know you’re in for a cataclysmically raucous mix. Yet as you slip into their fluidly progressive style it almost becomes a point of frustration as you wonder where to place the Leeds based band’s sound. With elements of Classic Rock, Sleaze Rock, Electro Rock and Alt Indie, you can be sure that you’ll be treated to a smorgasbord of high-octane energy, anthemically crushing instrumental breakdowns. The accessibly fuzzy synth and poised lyrics are going to ensure that you’re going to fall a little bit in love with. With influences including Joy Division, Muse, the Killers and Genesis their records were never going to sound flat. You can check the earlier EP’s and singles from the Atoms by heading over to Spotify, follow the band on Facebook to keep up to news of the release of their new music. Review by Amelia Vandergast

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  • Bruno Sanfilippo – InTRO Remastered: A Mesmeric Soundscape of Delicate Rhythmic Progression

    anrfactory.com | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 11:00:13 +0000

    Bruno Sanfilippo is set to relaunch his remastered highly acclaimed 2006 album InTRO which will soon be available to purchase via CD and digitally. With the lucidity of this soundtrack in your world, your life would become infinitely more cathartic. Each of the 9 tracks on the release carry a completely different resonance yet have in common an almost primal progression of fluidity that will entrench you in the spaces around the sound which resound more than the deftly weaved electronic notes themselves. InTRO explores the Italo Argentino-based composer’s cinematic style through an eclectic array of digital arrangements to provide a textured yet transparent sound which comes together soulfully and delicately. Whilst there is a diverse array of soundscapes included in the album, each of them fit together perfectly to provide over an hour of transiently orchestrated lucidity. You’ll be able to check out InTRO Remastered & Expanded for yourselves from September 20th, 2018 via all digital platforms and on CD and via Bandacamp. In the meantime, why not check out some of his earlier compositions? http://bruno-sanfilippo.com/ Review by Amelia Vandergast

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