Tag Archives: Stars

Leon Seti Brings The Vibes of Synth Rock Anthems In Single Silver Linings

13 Oct

Leon Seti sounds very reminiscent of Prince, Apples In Stereo, and Stars. The single Silver Lining takes listeners to an electronic space dance age dimension. When listening to the lyrics and viewing the music video for this single, you can tell that Leon Seti is an artist without a doubt and thrives on presenting facets of his spirit. The cinematography of the video mixes important symbols and metaphors throughout alongside Seti experiencing everything. By mixing the film noir like qualities of this single and the moody, yet poignant imagery, Seti keeps the listeners attention and has them pay attention to the depths of the song and his music. The symbolic and visual explanation of fear through the tracks makes me even more inclined to go back and rewatch, relisten, and reflect.

For more listening:

Advertisements

A Journey At Sea Reveals The Complexity of Human Condition Through Dark Corners

13 Jun

The track Goodnight from It’s Just Craig carries an undertone of grunge meets Americana goth. The lyrics “I’m sick of goodnight, from oceans away” paints a melancholic, but visual tone. When listening to It’s Just Craig, listeners can draw similarities between their sound and the sounds of Mother, the early sound of Red Hot Chili Peppers, and the softness of Stars. Although, one only gets a glimpse of the journey of the path of a man at sea through the track Goodnight, the album Dark Corners takes listeners on a story of transformation and life at sea of a captain. Further emphasizing on their signature sound, it is no surprise that their production team, citing specifically John Vanderslice have carved their way into the music industry producing Spoon, Deathcab for Cutie, and St. Vincent just to name a few. It’s Just Craig reveals several parts of the human condition, journey, and themes of self-realization in this latest release.

For more listening: 

ATMIG Blends Authentic Sound With Make Believe Childlike Wonder In Song Trip

23 May

ATMIG impresses with their vaudeville like vibe within their song titled Trip. Blending the right amount of visual elements within the music video, and strong, poignant lyrics setting up a story-like wonderment make everything work together harmoniously. ATMIG sounds very similar in sound to the raw Mountain Goats and the old school acoustic jams. A unique fact about the group includes being the first non-label release under Third Man’s vinyl pressing plant in Detroit. By combining the themes of reality, dreams, and childlike wonder, ATMIG successfully keeps listeners engaged wanting more music to be created from them sooner, rather than later.

For more listening:

%d bloggers like this: