Author Archive | Ryan David Dwyer

Mandabrat

Mandabrat – A Mother’s Pain

MandaBrat returns with his Deep House song “A Mother’s Pain”. It really has a unique sound at the onset that resembles a Xylophone. I was refreshed to hear him thinking outside the box on what instrument to choose. Later, he changes it to a more digital type sound and seems to insert a reentry of […]

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Luanne Hunt

Luanne Hunt – Texas Tears

Luanne Hunt One thing that surprises me throughout the song are the backing vocals. Sometimes voice tracks are sung with lyrics and other times with “ahs”. They are not necessarily sung in unison with Luanne, yet all the voice parts sound perfectly placed. They were enjoyable to listen to, and compliment the whole song’s feel. […]

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Monochrome Coast

Monochrome Coast – Review

A practice space was located and prepared in an East Rutherford warehouse in order to minimize distractions and make way for abundant and high quality compositions emphasizing their new mission for innovative sounds. Yet writing as simply instrumentalists was not enough, and one final piece of the puzzle remained – locating a skilled and dedicated […]

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MandaBrat

MandaBrat – Always There – Review

A female voice is chosen and the mixing/mastering quality is phenomenal. The song begins with a beat that seems to reflect native African culture. I get the sense that at some points the exquisite (multiple armed) Opera Singer from The Fifth Element movie is going to join in to compliment the wonderful singing. The actress/singer […]

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