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The D Side (Italian) review of Never Get To You

April 9, 2009

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Ranks as the most electro-listed platforms overseas Australians Empty develop this new single that anticipates the upcoming new full length that looks full of new sound for a new style was characterized by the fusion of electro-industrial, glitch details and sophisticated electronic processing. The duo Potter Aaron / Daniel Brunet has increased significantly its shape in the four years of militancy on the scene and on, tangible proof of what the circumstances are experiencing the same name "Never Get to You" where you can taste appealing vocals, long trajectories of keys, synths and drumming regular posters for modern technology. The sound track's sonic footprint explicitly recall the glorious Gary Zon Dismantled in art is no coincidence that the second episode remix "Never Get to You (Dismantled remix)" with excellent craft: percussive timbre in electro-industrial structure from which flow waves material sequenced and livery-oriented dancing. 'Forgotten Dreams "is placed on rhythmic impeccably glitch, sophisticated forms of electronic waves scattered harpsichord and soft vocals elegantly displayed. Third version: "Never Get to You (Pask: Requiem remix)" dark, ominous intro with long-distance merging with the rest of the song, almost the fourth minute evolves in parallel paths of synth, drum machine and vocals filtered . "Never Get to You (iammynewt remix)" a dense network of sharpening blades that percussive rhythm synths and atmospheres dilated, while the cover of Models "King of the Kings" has won a leading position in the tracklist for undeniable charm and quick setting on acoustic senses of the listener. Seventh track and dance review is "Never Get to You (angeltheory: state of flux remix)" which closes a mini CD honoring noteworthy work with the participation of renowned artists in the rewriting and represent a prelude to a subsequent album will simply be unforgivable not boast in our archive.

-|-|- Yet another exemplary proof of competence from every point of view for the duo of Sidney and convincing demonstration of style. Culture electro officially broke its banks and no longer knows horizons

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