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Monday, June 08, 2015 18:28

Noizz Factor's album "Summer 1989" aims to fill your speakers with a refreshing 80's breeze, which is nice, considering the fact that it's June, but there's a catch.

The refreshing breeze only turned out to be mediocre. Considering the sheer size of the 80's-inspired synth scene, another drop doesn't make too much of a difference. It goes unnoticed, but it shouldn't, because it has a speck of wonder.

This wonder is called "Counting Stars". It's atmospheric, colossal and pulsating at the same time. It really plays in its own league. An orchestra with the voice. It's depicting a strange image, as if one would be sitting in the orchestra, listening to a beautiful piece while wasted on speed and banging something on the headphones. It is not sure whether the mind-bending substance has made the mixture sound as it does, or it happened by accident, but one thing's sure, it's a bullseye.
The majority of the songs have good underlying ideas, the only problem, as it happens in the case of "bedroom" producers, is the lack of continuity when looking at the album as a whole. The good ideas doesn't translate into distinctively unique tracks providing unique experiences. As a result the tracks of the album have a very similar, almost identic structure, which creates a limited emotional dimension.

„Counting Stars", along with the rest of the album, goes with easy synths translating the vibe of summer to sound waves. The setting and the price makes this album an absolute no brainer for the summer with starting at only one pound. Also if you're looking for just "Counting Stars", I highly recommend the LP with the same name featuring three versions of the tune.

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Written by: Kado

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TAGS: Noizz Factor, summer 1989, Noizz Trap Records, synth, synthwave
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