Uncreated – Evolve (CD EP – Conzoom Records)
Background/Info: Uncreated is a new Swedish solo-project set up by the singer of Vanguard Patrik Hansson. He released a few EP’s to announce the debut album “Eternal”.
Content: You for sure will rapidly recognize Hansson’s typical timbre of voice so comparisons with Vanguard will be unavoidable, but sound-wise Uncreated reveals a different approach. “Evolve” sounds closer to ‘typical’ electro-pop music although driven by a hard, danceable kick. The title song is melodic, danceable and featuring a chorus you’ll rapidly start to sing along. There also is an “Extended Remix” and a remix by People Theatre.
Other songs are “You Know Nothing”, which is also remixed by Rob Dust plus a remix of the song “In this World”.
+ + + : Honestly, “Evolve” is a great and accomplished song! This is the kind of track you’ll spontaneously start to listen to again and again. It’s well-crafted, carried by a solid bass lines and an efficient melodic tune plus featuring great vocal lines. The “Extended Remix” is a welcome last track while the People Theatre remix is also a noticeable edit. And if “You Know Nothing” is a B-side cut I can assure you it’s a real great one as well. The remix of Rob Dust is also a highlight.
– – – : I don’t see any minus point here!
Conclusion: I can only say that I’m deeply impressed by this EP and especially its title track! This is great, danceable electro-pop!
Best songs: “Evolve”, “Evolve – Extended Remix”, “You Know Nothing – Rob Dust Remix”.
Label: www.conzoomrecords.de / www.facebook.com/conzoomofficial
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