MARQelectronica’s ability to draw on the past while maintaining an up-to-date sheen to his work is just as impressive as his consistency. ‘Savage Times’ splices retro vocals with groovy funk vibes – literally. Chunky beats smash down as the bass splutters underneath, and woven into this synth rock is a funk song which occasionally floods into the foreground. Is it synth rock? Is it an edit? Who knows… whatever it is, it rocks our world!
Crafting a sort of galactic form of synth-heavy pop and house, MARQelectronica delivers a solid batch of dance floor-friendly tunes that are just remarkable. Savage Times concocts an off-kilter narrative through which the producer weaves washes of noise, driving drum patterns and highly engaging synth melodies. The album is a journey through the different influences that have created this project we see today. The overall production quality of the album is amazing and simple.
MARQelectronica’s music is fueled by recent events in his life. He has been dealing with a plethora of personal concerns, including politics in the UK. This political stance of MARQelectronic is evident in the track “You do what you want”. You could consider that my personal favorite in this album. A really driving track with vocals that leave an impact. A hypnotic message to people all around the world that get a chance to experience this track. An absolute banger of a track!
‘The way I feel’ is another remarkable track in this album. It’s got a hypnotic leadline that just sucks you into a hard bassline. The vocals are the cherry on top because they just bring everything into a chaotic rhythm that just adds a layer of meaning to the lyrics!
This album is MARQelectronica’s way of fighting back and spreading positivity in such bleak times! A noble venture and an amazing album!
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