Posts Tagged ‘Boneage’

September 6, 2017

Step into your best dancing shoes, because you’re going to need them as you twirl in circles to this hot new tune from Moscow’s Boneage. Producer Leo Vasilets and songstress Sonya Dramma deliver sultry pulsing electronica and pop on G.N.P.M., the opening track from their debut EP, My Dreams Mean All, which you can stream in full on Soundcloud, here. There’s a dark sexiness to the song, whose name is short for “Good Nights – Pale Mornings”. It’s as if the pangs of melancholic heartbreak are hiding just underneath the surface of G.N.P.M.’s intoxicating an exhilarating euphoria. 

May 13, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 05.10.2017

Featured music – May 10th, 2017

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May 11, 2017

Sound producer Leo Vasilets and 21 year old Sonya Dramma are Boneage, and alt pop duo, who hail from Moscow, return to the pages of IHM with a new single after enthralling us with their initial release late last year. Their latest song is named Crystal Rainbows, and it’s a moody gripping, cinematic brooding gem. Despite its name, this is a dark sweltering aria brimming with tumultuous emotion. Sonya Dramma’s voice smolders with passion on the grandiose anthem, a welcome treat that fuses psych tinged rock guitars with panoramic pop.

October 6, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 10.03.2016

Featured music – October 3rd, 2016

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October 4, 2016

Arising fresh out of the suburbs of Moscow is a compelling project named Boneage formed by sound producer Leo Vasilets and 21 year old Dani D. Their first single is named Drown In The Summer, a burning deluge of bold riveting electronic pop accented by florid indie acoustics and dark gripping R&B. Boneage’s debut reminds me of long sweltering, dark ominous summer nights. You aimlessly stroll in the cover of shadows, tormented by matters of the heart, unable to free your mind. Perhaps the promise of sunrise will bring relief and a measure of hope.