July 10, 2024

N-Frequency – Perfect World (EP – Infacted Recordings)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-Pop.

Format: Digital.

Background/Info: N-Frquency is a German formation, which is already active for a couple of years now. The band is now driven by the duo Nicky- and Rocco Schulschenk (both are also involved with a band called Stigma Souls). “Perfect World” is meant as an appetizer to announce the band’s official debut album “Signs Of Evolution”.

Content: This EP features the title song plus 3 remixes and a B-side cut. The music is clearly into the purest form of Electro-Pop. “Perfect World” is the kind of danceable music reminding me of Erasure. It has been remixed by the unavoidable Rob Dust while Wave In Head and Digital Energy accomplished a remix as well. “No Waste Of Time” is a sweet and evasive B-side song.

+ + + : “Perfect World” is a cool song to announce an album. It’s the kind of track that will make people happy –which is a welcome gift in this horrible year of pandemic! I personally prefer the remix by Rob Dust who once again shows his great remixing skills, boosting the song with some extra ‘dance’ effects and vibes. There’s also something to say about the minimal approach of the remix by Wave In Head.

– – – : “Perfect World” probably is the perfect song in a perfect world, but I’m a bit more demanding when it comes to original Electro-Pop music, which is not the main characteristic of this formation. That’s why I prefer the bouncing remix of Rob Dust and the minimalism of Wave In Head. But N-Frequency will for sure please the Electro-Pop audience.

Conclusion: This EP is an honest teaser to the album, but I reserve any further comment or conclusion before I’ve listened to the full length.

Best songs: “Perfect World – Rob Dust Remix, “Perfect World – Wave In Head Remix”, “Perfect World”.

Rate: (7).

Artist: www.facebook.com/nfrequency.de

Label: www.infacted-recordings.de / www.facebook.com/pages/Infacted-Recordings/124099254321690

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