In the world of fantasy, things can seem more certain. EDX’s reality consists of those partial elements, but its root cause lies in entertaining global dancefloors and making sure that no one is left behind. Looking at every side of progressive genre puzzle, EDX’s legacy is as evident as his dedication is to the cause.
Check out our original review of ‘Shy Shy’ – HERE.
Earth’s antichrists-in-training – in regards to harming popular music culture with both barrels (the jury is out on whether Adele, Kanye West, or both, deserve that title) get their stems altered and positively-regurgitated from the creative giant – Eluusif, and a sprinkling from Kill The Noise.
Duck now if you’re afraid of Pipe Bombs, smackdowns and low-blows, as Eluusif comes through to save the day.
Untried, unsigned and untested.. Cori’s extensive sweet ‘n’ short palette of work-in-progress numbers all have the confidence to be extended past their initial 1-3 minute base mark. No matter what insecurities one might face, there is no doubting that Cori’s sound should be stretched out for as long as possible.
If you happen to find out later on that his Soundcloud embeds have soon disappeared, then you have our permission to send him a message to get them back online asap.
CORI IN THE MIX
Jammin’ along on his keyboard with as much creativity as a jacked, Mexican jumping bean, Bo Cendars warm and tribal-worked ‘Good Girls Gone Bad’ is primed and placed for the summer. Cendars’ ‘Vale La Pena’ remix carries on that poignant and affectionate trend.
Packaged under an fitting title and an embed stream called “Under The Counter” (which seems to be supported by Ruckerz Music), Bo has put his chosen best together as an easy-to-reach free download portal for all those who may have missed these tracks first time around.
Just over 97% of these tracks have already been reviewed by Aerial Noise, so if you are yet to experience the sound of Bo Cendars then there is no better place to start than here.
Scoring an own goal and a complete thumbs down for his current choice of cover art uploaded onto SC for his recent ‘Explode’ club stormer. Xristo throws over a distinct, chord-heavy smackdown, that travels through stadium-sized screams and sold-out crowd jumping only seen from the very best of establishments.
Looking at the real mindset and the misleading logic behind ‘austerity’ square in the eye, Boys Noize supplies us with another audio stream from his forthcoming “Go Hard EP” that’s out on 24 June 2013 on Boysnoize Records.
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