Posts Tagged ‘Comatose’

May 18, 2018
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Every once in awhile, a new project comes along that truly floors me and stands out from the pack with their genre crossing music. That’s what happened when I stumbled upon outsideOUTSIDE and their debut single Habits earlier this year. I promptly jumped on sharing the dusky aching tune, which blended emo rock with glitchy shuddering vocal bass. Though the mysterious band followed the track up with a stunning remix/cover of Lil Xan’s Betrayed last month, Comatose is only their second original release. And it’s such a heartrending ballad and another exceptional exhibition of outsideOUTSIDE’s immaculate genre-defying sound. The tender yet raw poignancy on Comatose near leaves us comatose with how hard it tugs on our heart strings. You can find the single on all major streaming platforms, here. Re-visit the music video for debut single Habits below.

October 30, 2017

Comatose I might have been after lunch earlier today, but comatose I surely am not while I’m swaying to this fantastic new synth driven single from The Brinks. Comatose is our first taste of the Los Angeles based band’s forthcoming EP2. It’s been two years since producer Matt Friedman and Australian singer Scott Melis released their well received debut EP, Temporary Love, produced by Pusha T and Salaam Remi. We’re certainly excited for EP2, especially when its first single is such a fabulous alt pop gem. EP2 arrives December 1st. Comatose is available from iTunes, here.

June 10, 2015
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From right here in California comes a duo named NÉONHÈART, who will tug at your heart strings with their emotionally charged debut Comatose. The Los Angeles based act wax saccharine and delicate on the slow burner of an electronic pop offering. Its ethereal, wispy atmosphere evokes Odesza, but turned down into a stirring, rousing ballad, with the elegant fragility of A Fine Frenzy. 

November 11, 2014
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Australia’s Hayden Calnin recently released his new EP Oh, Hunter, and I was listening through the exquisite six tracks. Some of you likely already heard of this guy already. One of my favorites off the release is Coward, a cinematic and beautiful indie folk song, bordering on dream folk with its atmospheric quality. The majestic song easily brings to mind expansive music by Bon Iver or Volcano Choir, with a touch of Ben Howard and some James Vincent McMorrow. Another fantastic song off the EP is Comatose, a more hushed and delicate number. You can listen to the full EP, here.

November 11, 2014
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Australia’s Hayden Calnin recently released his new EP Oh, Hunter, and I was listening through the exquisite six tracks. Some of you likely already heard of this guy already. One of my favorites off the release is Coward, a cinematic and beautiful indie folk song, bordering on dream folk with its atmospheric quality. The majestic song easily brings to mind expansive music by Bon Iver or Volcano Choir, with a touch of Ben Howard and some James Vincent McMorrow. Another fantastic song off the EP is Comatose, a more hushed and delicate number. You can listen to the full EP, here.

September 26, 2014
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Two piece electronic band Neonheart unleash their very first original and single after offering up impressive covers in the past. The Los Angeles act showcases an exquisite sound on the gripping, slow building Comatose. Vocals on the track and its downtempo electronic production quickly evoke a blend of Ellie Goulding mixed with Daughter. It’s a beautiful song and a promising debut. 

September 26, 2014
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Two piece electronic band Neonheart unleash their very first original and single after offering up impressive covers in the past. The Los Angeles act showcases an exquisite sound on the gripping, slow building Comatose. Vocals on the track and its downtempo electronic production quickly evoke a blend of Ellie Goulding mixed with Daughter. It’s a beautiful song and a promising debut. 

April 26, 2014
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RKCB’s Baptize is soulful and seductive, gentle and mellifluous. The Los Angeles based duo first mysteriously surfaced with debut track Comatose, and they’ve certainly followed it up well with Baptize. The soothing falsettos, the shadowy, provocative production, the sweeping saccharine sweetness…. How can you not melt and sigh away to this? Listen to beautiful Comatose below, too, and tell me this isn’t a new act to watch. I’m a puddle right now. A puddle on the floor. Sigh.

April 26, 2014
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RKCB’s Baptize is soulful and seductive, gentle and mellifluous. The Los Angeles based duo first mysteriously surfaced with debut track Comatose, and they’ve certainly followed it up well with Baptize. The soothing falsettos, the shadowy, provocative production, the sweeping saccharine sweetness…. How can you not melt and sigh away to this? Listen to beautiful Comatose below, too, and tell me this isn’t a new act to watch. I’m a puddle right now. A puddle on the floor. Sigh.