Posts Tagged ‘Killing Time’

August 10, 2017
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I don’t think it’s necessary relay how great a song might be if it involved both distinguished Dutch producer R3HAB and illustrious Vancouver producer Felix Cartal, do I? You know to expect something extra magnificent when you see both those names on a track. Earlier tonight, we shared a song named Borrowed Time. Now, we launch into Killing Time, a larger than large, bigger than life kind of tropical house meets future beats behemoth. Killing Time is a misty mellifluous, panoramic sprawling spectacular, and contrary to its name, sinking into its glowing grasp and sprightly beats is well worth your time. Killing time, we’re not. Making the best use of our time, we are. 

January 24, 2017
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It’s been well over a year since we last heard from Max and the Moon, so it nearly feels ironic that the Los Angeles based project’s first single of 2017 is a tune named Killing Time, something we certainly did whilst waiting for its arrival. But with the long awaited song comes sad news, unfortunately. Killing Time is Max and the Moon’s final song together, a last gift for fans before the band’s members part ways. Killing Time is a soaring synthrock  song whose bittersweet shades of melancholy feel even more palpable in light of this news. Grand and eloquent, rich and effulgent Killing Time makes it hard to say goodbye to Max and the Moon. I don’t want to say farewell. But I’m grateful for the music they’ve given us. We’ll miss you, Max and the Moon.

August 14, 2014
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I don’t know what it is about the breathtaking, magnificent characteristics of Iceland, but that beauty seems to always shine through on music by musicians and bands out of the area. Rökkurró also channels that enchanting atmosphere in their music, as can be heard in their slow simmering song The Backbone and its accompanying artsy, ethereal video. The Backbone will be on a new album the band is recording, due out later this year. For those relatively new to Rökkurró, like me, you might find last year’s Killing Time quite gorgeous and melodic, too. Stream below the video.

August 14, 2014
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I don’t know what it is about the breathtaking, magnificent characteristics of Iceland, but that beauty seems to always shine through on music by musicians and bands out of the area. Rökkurró also channels that enchanting atmosphere in their music, as can be heard in their slow simmering song The Backbone and its accompanying artsy, ethereal video. The Backbone will be on a new album the band is recording, due out later this year. For those relatively new to Rökkurró, like me, you might find last year’s Killing Time quite gorgeous and melodic, too. Stream below the video.