Blog Spot Beats: Teeth, Paniyolo, Asura
The heavy-hitting synths are relentless! They pump throughout your body profusely for the entirety of the track. Veronica So's vocals are such a pleasant mixture of different styles, purring binaurally, caressing your eardrums. Electro club music is good with my coffee and cigarettes in the morning.
Paniyolo is Muneki Takasaka, a musician from Yokyo, Japan with one album, I’m Home. His style of production utilizes left-field samples such as children speaking melodically. In this track there is a lot of finger-plucking of an acoustic guitar and classical strings. Japanese electro acoustic is one of the only styles of music I can enjoy in a lulled state of mind. Every note he plays sets my body into utmost bliss. His music confronts my soul and puts my being into perspective.
This is a track that you cruise to on a Sunday morning, blasting on repeat with the sun roof open. Ryan York uses a wide variety of synth beats, fluctuating from atmospheric to heavy-paced IDM. All behind heavy tempo'd jungle-esque drums. He uses Mariah Carey vocals samples chopped in repeat, and augmented.