Posts Tagged ‘Dia Frampton’

October 12, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 10.10.2016

Featured music – October 10th, 2016

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October 11, 2016

It’s been but a few days since I zealously shared with you Dia Frampton’s lush triumphant, grandly soulful pop ballad Golden Years, a cut from the singer songwriter’s forthcoming album Bruises. But here we are again getting lost in the tune, thanks to a regal prancing dance remix by Sweden’s OLWIK. The producer clearly demonstrates his ability to dazzle by fusing sweeping progressive house with vivacious spirited pop on a track he labels as “progressive pop”. OLWIK explains that the remix features “an orchestral sound design with a catchy whistling melody on top”. The remix is certainly a mellifluous thriller, and you can stream it on Spotify, too.

October 10, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 10.06.2016 – 10.09.2016

Featured music – October 7-9, 2016

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October 7, 2016

Dia Frampton’s Golden Years open with grandeur, its lush strings creating an immediate sense of dimension and space. It’s obvious we’re in for a tour de force listen even before the American singer songwriter’s pristine voice presents itself with smoky soulful assurance. Golden Years is a triumphant song, a magnificent return from for this inaugural season of The Voice runner up. The song is a preview of Dia Frampton’s forthcoming sophomore album, Bruises, due out March 3rd on Nettwerk Records. The darkly brooding, opulent swelling song nearly feels like it could be the theme from a James Bond film, but with the bewitching qualities of a haunting Banks ballad. A Golden Years EP has been released today which includes remixes of the song by various producers. Purchase from iTunes, here.