Song Review: Kirsty McGee – Raven’s Eyes

Band: Kirsty McGee & The Hobopop Collective Song: Raven’s Eyes Rules: 140 characters The song awoke a feeling and imagery of being led past a pair of red velvet curtains, into a sultry lounge to meet someone who has an un-communicated [ˈhɪntɐɡəˌdaŋkə]. Kirsty McGee on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1KfSxrn8dyAG0BVM40LN35?si=piqXU9lpTeyddBVOR0Dajw

Song Review: OTR – Dawn

Band: OTR Song: Dawn Rules: 140 characters, initial impression For me, this song would be amazing as a a modern dance routine described as “Catch your breath, we’re in it for the long run” performed by 70 male and 70 female characters. OTR on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0oeUdHJ3cy1oveb8WguJJt?si=Wz1yNTB7Rg2BiUrlLd6UHQ

Song Review: ford. – Bedford Falls

Band: ford. Song: Bedford Falls Rules: 140 characters, initial impression A hurtful reminder of the overly dramatic power struggles going on between on-screen couples since the dawning of cinema, coupled with a melancholic beat and melody. ford. on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7ItbAZITSFxSy5LJChXe18?si=r8ZhY9bkRZaBTtl-KIAw9Q

Song Review: Matthew Dear – Modafinil Blues

Artist | Matthew Dear Song | Modafinil Blues Rules | max 140 characters, overall feeling Insightful lyrics sung to a mesmerizing electronic beat with a brilliant iridescent vibe and atmosphere. All in all the song holds my attention from beginning to end. Matthew Dear on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2GLf7iaOOujAem5R87xwto?si=pajq5w4BRzGHFwJvVR5urw