Wednesday, September 17, 2014

MID-WEEK MUSIC MOMENT: MADE IN HEIGHTS


This is a song I just heard this week, via one of my favorite music blogs, Pigeons & Planes. I follow their feed on Facebook (nerd alert!), which keeps me up to date on a lot of indie and electro new releases. Anyway, this is a song from Made in Heights, who's "Murakami" I discovered during BCBGMAXAZRIA's show at NYFW back in February. I'm sort of thrilled to have something new from them, and this song, "Ghosts," does not disappoint. Take a listen below and let me know what you think!

The beat is addictive, and the song builds so well. It feels like 90's R&B mixed with current dance and a pleasing pop hook. I'll take it. The singer's breathy voice gives the whole thing a sort of other-worldly vibe, which makes the song title pretty apt. 

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  1. holy geeze that is good.

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  3. I'm in love with it, fantastic also the scratch, it's a poetry for my ears! You guys are so good! Don't ever stop! Each song is so beautiful, each and every one much love from uk, thanks fro sharing here
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  5. I need to start out by using pronouncing Made in Heights is an great organization. trying to label their sound as a whole proves tough, seeing as they haven't begun to accept someone genre themselves. continuously welcoming pointers from fanatics, the current legit description includes: mythical dirt, pop fiction, beauty slap, goon lit, artisanal (c/t)rap, and west coast gothic. https://bestringtonesfree.net to place it as truely as i can, they're regarded for pairing soulful vocals with crisp electronic beats and atmospheric soundscapes. At instances even incorporating factors of rap into their vivid and airy sound, Made in Heights weaves an complicated and special sound under the ever-growing umbrella of synth-pop. The best manner to actually experience the sound is to listen it for yourself, some thing I pretty advise.

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