Release Radar #71

You know the drill by now, I got five new release for you to check out!  

Ridicule- Emma Blackery

Opening with ambient beats, the song quickly adds Emma her vocals into the mix. The chorus begins to add guitars back into the mix. The second part goes back to the ambient beats before the bridge introduces a lone piano back to the instrumentation. Also, featured on the bridge is Emma her high note, which introduces one last chorus.

Lyrically the song describes the feeling of freedom after cutting toxic people out of your life.

What I like about this song is the slower pace, and how it feels more like a balled.

I Lie To Me – As It Is

Starting of with electronic beats and distorted vocals. The song slowly adds real drums and guitars onto the instrumentation. The chorus goes all out with its instrumentation and Patty his harsh vocals. Going with a faster flow on the second verse brings back the hard-hitting chorus. The bridge brings an eerie vibe with it, before re-introducing parts of the chorus, which also acts as the closer for the song.

Lyrically the song talks about burying your feelings and lying to yourself instead of facing your fears and demons.

What I like about this song are the emo rap elements that are added and the harsh vocals on the chorus.

Babylon (Say It to My Face) – Grayscale

Opening with pounding drums and Rhythmic guitars, The songs quickly adds vocals into the mix. The chorus takes the instrumentation a little louder but keeps with a relaxing vibe. Going with the same recipe for the second verse and chorus, the bridge breaks things up with an instrumental fill. The song ends with one last chorus. 

Lyrically the song talks about self-doubt and asking others to just fess up about what they got to say about the protagonist.

What I like about this song is the indie feel the song got, reminding me a little of 80 pop rock and Grayscale’s earlier work.

Small Talk- Lonely Avenue

Opening with mellow instrumentals and calm vocal, the first verse is hard-hitting, with fast guitars and even faster vocals. The song keeps kicking even into the chorus. Taking things even faster on the second verse before slowing down only a little on the bridge, the song keeps its momentum into the last chorus. Ending with the same instrumentals as the bridge and calming down into the end.

Lyrically the song talks about the wounds left behind after a breakup and the moments of loneliness that can result.

What I like about this song is how the song kicks in with its speed and keeps going until the end.

Born- Windup Space

Starting of with calm vocals and a lone acoustic guitar, the song keeps going with its calming momentum into the chorus. The second chorus takes things louder and also adds electric instruments into the mix. The louder trend persists into the second chorus and the third verse. The song ends with one last chorus.

Lyrically the song celebrates live and being happy to just be born.

What I like about this song how it’s a slow-burn starting up, ending with an energetic last chorus.  

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