Of late they’ve given us Giuseppe Ottaviani‘s deliciously moody techno formation “Legacy”, the more celestially mood-some “Learning To Live” from Cold Blue and John O’Callaghan‘s moodily-charged “Next Stop Muddy Waters”.
So where on the mood spectrum will Subculture land next!?
Sied locks “Hold Me”s thunder-hearted tone in with scudding drums and a depth of LFO resonance that’ll punch clean through club walls. Also drawn into its maelstrom are dark, echoic FX, scissor-sharp riffs and judicious bursts of distortion, cumulatively blazing the trail for Natalie’s exceptional song.
Laying her emotions bare, she articulates them beautifully and unforgettably into its lyrics – her voice emphasizing each line to bittersweet effect.
01 Sied van Riel & Natalie Gioia – Hold Me Close
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