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Q.- Stages. | Rare

Q. likes to stay anonymous, I guess. Because there is zero information about him on the web. But let me tell you that his music speaks volumes. Q.’s music has the power to touch the soul, and I believe that’s why he chooses to remain anonymous. He wants his music to speak for itself, and I think that’s incredibly admirable.

Q. has come up with a new album, “Stages.” Stages. is made up of 5 songs in total.

The intro song is “Your name in my phone.” If you’re looking for a song that will touch your heart and soul, look no further than “Your Name in My Phone” by the rising artist. This song starts with some truly emotive and powerful vocals perfectly complemented by the bassline and synths. It has a melancholic undertone, but it’s so beautiful that you can’t help but keep listening. It’s the perfect song to introspect, and it will leave you feeling moved.

When I first heard “First of the Month” by Q., I was blown away by the production value. The song has a perfect mix of synths, ambient vocals, and a driving bassline. The rap sections add a unique flavor to the song, and the soundscape is simply incredible. My favorite part of the song is when it slows down at the end with those emotive, dreamy ambient vocals. It’s a perfect example of Q.’s fantastic attention to detail and artistry.

“Same Tears” is a beautifully crafted song that takes the listener on a journey from start to finish. The opening acoustic guitar riffs are immediately captivating, and the vocals come in with just the right amount of synths to add an extra layer of interest. The drums and ambient vocals come in next, and the whole song comes together perfectly. I recommend listening to this song on headphones to appreciate all the little details. The song has an upbeat vibe that will make you want to get up and sway along. The song’s climax is jaw-dropping. I won’t spoil it here, but suffice it to say you need to listen to this song as soon as possible.

If you’re looking for a song that will instantly put you in a good mood, then look no further than “Scared to Fall.” From the very first note, this song has a dreamy and ethereal quality that is sure to charm anyone who hears it.  The song is kept fairly simple, with just gentle vocals and an acoustic guitar accompaniment. But sometimes, less is more. The flowing, easy-going nature of the song is what makes it so special. It’s the perfect track to relax to, or to use as background music while working. Give “Scared to Fall” a listen the next time you need a pick-me-up. I guarantee it will put a smile on your face.

The final track on the album, “Entropy.” leaves a lasting impression. The combination of Q.’s deep vocals, mellow music, and guitar work creates a feeling of profoundness and melancholy. The guitar work is beautiful and provides a sense of peace and resolution. As the song progresses toward the end, it is clear that this is one of the most special songs you will ever hear.

It’s always a surprise when you see something new from Q.. His work is always fresh and unexpected, which is something I really admire. There’s never a dull moment with Q..

Enjoy listening to Stages. here.

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