Posts Tagged ‘The Masks’

December 5, 2017
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Sometimes, I feel like I was made to love songs like this one, the latest from London’s The Masks. The band first hooked us over two years ago with a plush electropop song named Save Me. Then they promptly seemed to fall right off the face of the earth, until now. Made To Love You is an evocative slow burner of an electronic/alt anthem, infused with a dusky pacing, sultry simmering form of alt R&B to round out its haunting minimalist soundscape. Dark yet elegant Made To Love You is a striking return for The Masks. With a velveteen touch and a James Blake like spacious aura, as well as a dark despairing bite, The Masks quickly re-position themselves back on the bands to watch closely list. 

July 14, 2015
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London’s The Masks has me riveted with smoky vocals and delicately gliding production on new song Save Me. The gracefully elegant and lusciously plush electropop song is like a mellow, alluring blend of BANKS, Jessie Ware, and Shura. Save Me is palpably emotive and seductively captivating. It’s a slow burning serenade that showcases the duo’s sensual delivery and haunting production talent.