Posts Tagged ‘Call My Name’

May 9, 2018
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With a sigh and a smile, I sink into FAVELA’s breathtaking new song, Call My Name. The UK singer songwriter and producer has constructed a fleecy bed of sheer diaphanous indietronica, over which his voice gusts softly and gently, straight towards the tender-most regions of our hearts. Misty melancholia abounds and sunset nostalgia flourishes as we find ourselves picturing a beautiful sky at dusk. The past seems to be fading into the distance, yet it still echoes through our souls and accompanies us into the night. A caressing beat and Call My Name’s organic electronica, combined with FAVELA’s silky cooing, are like Tep No and Aquilo conjoined. Call My Name, which can be found on Apple Music, here, is a taste from FAVELA’s forthcoming debut full length. 

June 1, 2016
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Phantoms last blew a lot of tastemaker minds when the Los Angeles based electronic duo offered up a cover of Eric Clapton’s Cocaine earlier this year, which further propelled them further into the spotlight after last year’s excellent Broken Halo EP. The duo links up with singer and Pitch Perfect actor Skylar Astin on new dance track Call My Name, a surprisingly summery anthem with buttery soulful vocals. This one’s a dance smash perfect for the first day of June. Do you feel an itch growing in you to get up and dance? I do. The sun is shining brilliantly outside after a somewhat foggy evening in San Francisco. It’s not even 10AM yet, and it’s obviously going to be a warm day. Phantoms’ vivacious house jam and this beautiful warm weather leave me smiling magnificently and contentedly. Call My Name is available now from iTunes. If you’re craving some of Phantoms darker work, listen to their Cocaine cover below.

August 12, 2015
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I’m seriously digging on all the new Kaskade the producer has been unveiling of late. Call My Name, which was apparently made during his sessions for forthcoming album AUTOMATIC but didn’t make the cut, is a drivingly moody progressive track, an emotionally charged monster of a darkly edged dance ballad. The vocals on the track also hooked me in immediately, as I quickly recognized the spectacular voice as that of British artist Rae Morris’, whom I’m superbly fond of. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I’m quite sure it’s her. It’s too bad this track didn’t make it onto AUTOMATIC, whose release date is yet to be announced. Snag a free download of Call My Name, here.

September 3, 2014
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Haerts, the Brooklyn synthpop outfit that first lured us in with amazing early tracks All The Days and Wings, has been relatively quiet for the past while. Today, they resurface with new single Giving Up, a new taste off an upcoming debut album that they’ve been working on. It’s a bright and sweeping song that soars magnificently. Earlier this year, they unveiled the more pensive and melancholic Call My Name, off the forthcoming debut, which you can stream below. Of course, Wings and All The Days are still my absolute favorites, and you can stream them from Haerts’ Hemiplegia EP, here. Oh boy, now I’m getting excited about their debut album, which will be out October 28 via Columbia. Time to pre-order!

September 3, 2014
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Haerts, the Brooklyn synthpop outfit that first lured us in with amazing early tracks All The Days and Wings, has been relatively quiet for the past while. Today, they resurface with new single Giving Up, a new taste off an upcoming debut album that they’ve been working on. It’s a bright and sweeping song that soars magnificently. Earlier this year, they unveiled the more pensive and melancholic Call My Name, off the forthcoming debut, which you can stream below. Of course, Wings and All The Days are still my absolute favorites, and you can stream them from Haerts’ Hemiplegia EP, here. Oh boy, now I’m getting excited about their debut album, which will be out October 28 via Columbia. Time to pre-order!

March 22, 2014
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After making so many of us swoon with ridiculously catchy and brooding tunes like Wings and All The Days nearly a year ago, Brooklyn synthy indie pop quartet Haerts has been relatively quiet while working on their debut full length album. Though there is little news on when that album will be unveiled, Haerts has given us a taste off the release. Call My Name is some radiant, dreamy synthpop. Filled with foggy, ethereal production and Nini Fabi’s pristine, beautiful vocals, it’s a very potent, soaring tune that gets me very excited about their upcoming album. I’ve yet to see Haerts live, and I’ve been waiting to do so. Please come our way to San Francisco soon, Haerts!

March 22, 2014
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After making so many of us swoon with ridiculously catchy and brooding tunes like Wings and All The Days nearly a year ago, Brooklyn synthy indie pop quartet Haerts has been relatively quiet while working on their debut full length album. Though there is little news on when that album will be unveiled, Haerts has given us a taste off the release. Call My Name is some radiant, dreamy synthpop. Filled with foggy, ethereal production and Nini Fabi’s pristine, beautiful vocals, it’s a very potent, soaring tune that gets me very excited about their upcoming album. I’ve yet to see Haerts live, and I’ve been waiting to do so. Please come our way to San Francisco soon, Haerts!