ARTIST : CULT WITH NO NAME
ALBUMS : X INTO I
& X INTO I INSTRUMENTALS
RELEASE : APRIL 2023
Post-punk electronic balladeers’ Cult With No Name, comprising of the East London duo of Erik Stein and Jon Boux, have just released their latest offerings on a 11 track CD and digi download. They can be purchased using the sleeve above or any of the links below.
Review written for Revival Synth : The electronic balladeers have just released their latest album and it's filled with silky smooth vocals and perfect wine bar-esque music. You can feel the emotion in every note Erik Stein sings, transporting you to a place of pure bliss. From start to finish, this album is a masterpiece of musical artistry that will leave you wanting more. The lyrics and vocals are clear and concise, telling stories of love, heartbreak, and everything in between. But what sets this album apart from others is the way it connects with listeners on an emotional level. It's like the singer knows exactly what you're feeling and is singing directly to your soul. So if you're looking for something that will touch your heart and make you feel alive, then give this album a listen. You won't be disappointed!
ARTIST : MTF8
ALBUM : EMPTY FATE
This project is a musical journey that was developed over several decades with Adam aka MTF8 at the forefront of the project. It takes listeners on a dark and emotional ride, exploring the depths of human experience through music.
The soundscapes created are intricate and layered, weaving together poetry screaming out for electronic sounds to create an immersive listening experience. Each track tells its own story, taking the listener through moments of joy, pain, and everything in between.
But this journey is not for the faint of heart. The emotions explored here can be intense and overwhelming at times, reflecting the complexity of the human condition. But by facing these feelings head-on, we can come out stronger on the other side.
So if you're ready for a deep dive into the complexities of human emotion, join us on this dark musical journey.
Just remember: it's not always easy, but it's worth it.
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