Posts Tagged ‘A Way To Say Goodbye’

May 27, 2015
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I’m already ridiculously elated that California based chillstep producer Seven Lions enlisted Sombear on his new cinematic track A Way To Say Goodbye, but now I’m even more overjoyed, because Monstercat signed producer Puppet has given it a gorgeous remix that really takes advantage of the original’s heart rending sentiment. Puppet, apparently, likes to say goodbye in a very epic manner. His goodbye is one that melds electro and progressive together in the most uplifting fashion. Goodbyes are always bittersweet, the last, cherished memory before parting ways. Puppet’s remix certainly captures that feeling, and before you know it, it’s over. This is one of those songs that could soundtrack the closing credits of any emotional moment.

October 24, 2014
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This here is one of my favorite remixes of the day, partly due to the fact that I adore the dark, eerie vibes on new London artist Pix’s A Way To Say Goodbye, and partly due to the fact that Nudist is a brilliant producer with some fine skills. The meandering, ghostly song takes on an even more haunting, thick atmosphere in the UK producer’s softly textured house remix. Though more uptempo, he inserts some droopy, sinister vocals to go along with Pix’s ethereal singing. Full of alluring, subtle nuances, I find myself unable to resist hitting the replay button, over and over again. Pix’s video for the original is also one of my favorites of the month, utilizing a reverse version of herself in an odd, off kilter way. Watch it below, if you’ve missed it. And then listen to Nudist’s amazing remix of Dawn Golden’s All I Want, from earlier this year.

October 24, 2014
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This here is one of my favorite remixes of the day, partly due to the fact that I adore the dark, eerie vibes on new London artist Pix’s A Way To Say Goodbye, and partly due to the fact that Nudist is a brilliant producer with some fine skills. The meandering, ghostly song takes on an even more haunting, thick atmosphere in the UK producer’s softly textured house remix. Though more uptempo, he inserts some droopy, sinister vocals to go along with Pix’s ethereal singing. Full of alluring, subtle nuances, I find myself unable to resist hitting the replay button, over and over again. Pix’s video for the original is also one of my favorites of the month, utilizing a reverse version of herself in an odd, off kilter way. Watch it below, if you’ve missed it. And then listen to Nudist’s amazing remix of Dawn Golden’s All I Want, from earlier this year.

October 10, 2014
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When I first encountered London artist Pix yesterday, it was via her new music video for debut single A Way To Say Goodbye. I found myself entirely transfixed by the video and the haunting, indie freak folk song. The video is dark and gloomy, likely one of my favorite videos of the month. I like the macabre and eerie, and this appealed immensely to those penchants of mine. Pix is a 19 year old newcomer, and her spacey, swirling song is an entrancing experience, a bit Hundred Waters meets Grimes meets Lowell, in an off kilter, artsy way. The video stars Pix, twice, one in reverse. It’s a bizarre but beautiful and ghostly video, pairing perfectly with the song. The end result is a work of art that’s deeply introspective.

October 10, 2014
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/167962408/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

When I first encountered London artist Pix yesterday, it was via her new music video for debut single A Way To Say Goodbye. I found myself entirely transfixed by the video and the haunting, indie freak folk song. The video is dark and gloomy, likely one of my favorite videos of the month. I like the macabre and eerie, and this appealed immensely to those penchants of mine. Pix is a 19 year old newcomer, and her spacey, swirling song is an entrancing experience, a bit Hundred Waters meets Grimes meets Lowell, in an off kilter, artsy way. The video stars Pix, twice, one in reverse. It’s a bizarre but beautiful and ghostly video, pairing perfectly with the song. The end result is a work of art that’s deeply introspective.