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I really dig the simplicity in this new track of yours. chorus in the background works great and is grabbing the ear immediately, still your voice could be a little louder and the horn section could get a repetition 'cause it gives the track another layer of sun drenched love. But all in all a great summer anthem. Looking forward to hear more of your productions!
Personally I call this advertisement music, you probably disagree with this term, but i don't mean it in a negative way! It got that hook everyone would like to sing-a-long, very well produced instrumentals with a drive that's going directly into your feet, but for me the thing missing is the uniqueness. All in all, it sounds like a song who also could have been written by Miike Snow or Mumford & Sons, .... Try to find a niche for yourself, so everyone is recognizing that this is Todd Michaels summer anthem!
Love the ambient, quirky synths, kid-vocal-samples and those harps. Excited to hear the whole EP. Those high-synths could maybe be a little more rich in variety, but altogether a curious listen. Also your mystical appearance works great with the music. keep us up-to-date!
I really love the human-cat rap concept behind Evan Tyler as well as the humorous but still thoughtful lyrics. Not really my type of rap music I would listen to in endless loop, but that's quite personal. Still I like the play between the narrative and rhyming rap vocals, your flow is neat but the beat isn't on the same level, too repetitive, not really thrilling, poorly produced... Try to focus on your musical foundation, especially when you want to catch the interest of the audience who isn't just focusing on lyrics in first place. Try to balance between both your lyric-wise art form and musical rhythms and then I think this could really work!
Beautiful arrangement, love the slick guitars in between the synths and the choral vibes. The Refrain is a real earcatcher and the 'drop' is also well placed. Maybe you could put your voice a little bit more in foreground, wouldn't hurt probably. But all in all a good song, keep it going!
Pew. I really dig that weird-pop feeling! When listening to «To Be So Sad» I can really plunge into all those feelings and emotions. You're shattered/queasy voice on top of this ambient bossa-like melody sounds just spot-on and the music video is underlining all those outlandish elements in the right amount. Gonna have to listen to the whole LP now.