Release Radar #64

I bring new tunes once more!

Feel A Thing- Meet Me @ The Altar

Starting of with a combination of drums and 8-bit sound. The song quickly adds its slow vocals. The chorus is introduced with gang vocals before breakdowns are added. The second verse keeps with the softer vibes. The second chorus contrasts with its more bouncy guitars, which are featured even more on the bridge. The song ends with one last chorus.

Lyrically the song talk about a hurt so deep, you just left without any feeling.

What I like about this song are the bouncy riffs and 8-bit elements.

Raise Your Glass – YONAKA

The song opens right up with the first verse, with an instrumentation consisting of relaxing beats and powerful vocals the song slowly guides to the chorus, which adds a louder instrumentation. The second verse goes much the same as the first, as well as the chorus. The bridge does change things up a little with the instrumentation before the song ends with one last chorus.

Lyrically the protagonist talks about the path they took in life.

What I like about this song is the hook on the chorus and the instrumentation on the verses.

Super 8 – DE’WAYNE

Immediately opening with rhythmic drums and DE’WAYNE his vocals shouting the chorus, the song quickly gets into a flow. Going from verse the chorus only changing the flow on the bridge before ending the song with one last chorus, with different instrumentation.

Lyrically the song basically talks about being stupidly but in a more R rated way.

What I like about this song is the overall flow of the song making the chorus and verse melt into one another.

Ashland- Lonely Avenue

Opening with fast guitars and hard-hitting drums, the song takes it’s time to introduce the instrumentation before adding the vocals, which fly by just as fast. The chorus adds more of a high note. The second verse changes thing up, with group chanting and fast riffs being added, the song ends with one last chorus.

Lyrically the song has the protagonist question their past mistakes.

What I like about this song are the heavy guitars and more pop driven hooks on the chorus.

Figure Me Out – Vanish

Starting off with electronic beats and a slow piano, the song adds dreamy vocals to this mix as well as slowly drums. With the drums guitars are also slowly added to them mix. On the chorus the drums are brought to the forefront, with a slight electronic backing. The second verse follows the same flow as the first, working to the chorus in much the same way, this time the vocals on the chorus are much louder and the lengthened chorus also serves as the songs outro.

Lyrically the song talks about struggles with figuring out once self.

What I like about this song is the more relaxing vibe, which matches perfectly with the summer weather

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