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Thru The Vines By Jane In Space Gives You The Electro-Synth Track You’ve Been Waiting For

15 Jun

Thru The Vines By Jane In Space gives you all the electro-synth you could ever want from a band. With the mix of grunge and the electro-synths of guitars and reverbs, with a dash of a dinging triangle, this band creates their own musical atmosphere. Their sound is textured, and carries the elements of classic rock and heavy metal. When thinking of bands that have a similar sound, one will think of Mastodon, Aerosmith, and Kiss. Lyrics from their video touch on the grunge tones of heavy metal with dashes of melancholy greatness. Leading the way on bands that use the industrial sound in their music tones and moods, Jane in Space continues to pave their own way in a genre that is dominated by the greats like Nine Inch Nails and Ministry.

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He Is Me Modernizes Industrial Rock With Debut Single Let It Drip

22 Aug

Debuting from the ambient/industrial duo arrives the post modern duo He Is Me. With their single called Let It Drip, listeners will view ambiance and industrial rock in a new light. The poignant lyrics that describe mind and thought patterns make listeners think of abstract concepts while listening. “Let the mind slip in a new state, let the walls break, let the fires rage” are just a few excerpts from the emotionally heavy track. With an ebb and flow pattern to the sound and acoustic flair to the track, Steve Moore and Casey Braunger’s musicianship clearly shows through their track. If you want to listen more to He Is Me, Moore and Braunger are currently working on an album in the works. With their refreshing approach to industrial rock, listeners will be thrilled there will be more to come in the future.

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Jane In Space Makes Audience Rethink About Industrial Rock In Track Feel It Alive

18 Aug

With the introduction of Feel It Alive, Jane in Space manages to show dark music in a modern, yet moody light. Contrast to your typical industrial rock, Jane in Space accompanies the dark sound with the perfectly balanced synths and exaggeration of the song title in various combinations throughout the track. Doing so, almost creates an otherworldliness among the audience that Jane in Space plays to. In addition to that, it almost induces a transcendental connection to Feel It Alive as well. Mastered by Tom Baker, who is credited with mastering songs of the sounds of Nine Inch Nails, Deftones, and Wolfmother to name a few, uses his mastering signature in Jane in Space’s intentional sound. All in all the tone of Feel It Alive may sound dark, but it brings those who listen to it alive and emotionally charged.

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