Posts Tagged ‘Satisfy’

December 17, 2015
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CliffLight blankets us with a warm, dreamy haze on Satisfy, a muggy synthpop and velveteen dark disco swirl of luxuriance. The song’s airy synths and prismatic hues pick me up right out of winter and drop me into a warm summer night, with much sensual, languorous dancing ahead. Watch the up and coming Los Angeles band’s music video for the song below, and purchase Satisfy on bandcamp.

August 30, 2015
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A fiery blend of dark electropop, future bass, hip hop, R&B, and soul explodes with bold force on Satisfy, a debut single from a Los Angeles newcomer named MOONZz. It’s quite the eye opening, intoxicating introduction to the new artist, and it screams at us to urgently pay attention to the newcomer. Produced by LA’s Cozyra, Satisfy fuses together the sultry pop of BANKS with the sensual darkness of George Maple, but topped off with the future pop of Purity Ring, the neo-soul of Little Dragon, and the spunk of dancehall Elliphant. Oh, and its all enveloped in some sick trappy beats, too! It’s some spectacular stuff, and I’ll be awaiting more from MOONZz. In the meantime, you can download Satisfy on iTunes.

November 13, 2014
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Australia’s cIn has been thrilling my ears for some time now with his future bass and chill trap remixes. Now, cIn is all ready to melt us with his new original single, Satisfy, which features gorgeous vocals by Lou Millar, one half of Australian duo Twin Caverns. Satisfy is an effervescent and graceful song, sparkling gently and softly. It glides along like a more weightless and atmospheric Flume track, all the while carrying the other worldly, bewitching flavors of Odesza. It’s quite the stunning and exquisite experience.

November 13, 2014
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Australia’s cIn has been thrilling my ears for some time now with his future bass and chill trap remixes. Now, cIn is all ready to melt us with his new original single, Satisfy, which features gorgeous vocals by Lou Millar, one half of Australian duo Twin Caverns. Satisfy is an effervescent and graceful song, sparkling gently and softly. It glides along like a more weightless and atmospheric Flume track, all the while carrying the other worldly, bewitching flavors of Odesza. It’s quite the stunning and exquisite experience.

May 14, 2014
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Alright, we go from the sugary sweetness of that last Icona Pop and Tiesto feature to this dark, heavy, sick return by British electronic music trio NERO. Satisfy is the lead single off a long awaited sophomore album in the works. I was so impressed and in love with Satisfy that it was one of the songs I flooded my friends with on Facebook earlier today. The electro house tune has little of the dubstep sound that I loved when I first started listening to Nero some years ago, but I’m not complaining. In fact, I find myself thinking of The Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers when listening to this dope piece of electronic music. The vocals remind me of Kidnap Kid’s Stronger, and maybe something else too, that I can’t place a finger on. All in all, this is one wicked track. I’m excited to hear more new music from NERO!

May 14, 2014
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Alright, we go from the sugary sweetness of that last Icona Pop and Tiesto feature to this dark, heavy, sick return by British electronic music trio NERO. Satisfy is the lead single off a long awaited sophomore album in the works. I was so impressed and in love with Satisfy that it was one of the songs I flooded my friends with on Facebook earlier today. The electro house tune has little of the dubstep sound that I loved when I first started listening to Nero some years ago, but I’m not complaining. In fact, I find myself thinking of The Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers when listening to this dope piece of electronic music. The vocals remind me of Kidnap Kid’s Stronger, and maybe something else too, that I can’t place a finger on. All in all, this is one wicked track. I’m excited to hear more new music from NERO!