MP3 Null Device - Sublimation
Komplettes MP3 Album von Null Device
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Intelligent and intense electronic synth-pop with soothing male vocals and driving, danceable grooves.
Käufer, die sich für (Depeche Mode The Smiths Pet Shop Boys) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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The debut release from this catchy Electronic Synth-Pop band with strong Industrial influences, EBM dance beats and soothing vocals (that have been compared to Morrissey, Chris Isaak, and Neil Tennant.) A must have for fans of Depeche Mode, Wolfsheim, Pet Shop Boys, Iris, and B! Machine.
"Extremely well produced synth-pop in the vein of Depeche Mode and Pet Shop Boys." ---Mattias Andersson - Moving Hands Magazine
"Ahhhh. At last! A fresh breath of synthetic air! Null Device just restored my sometimes jaded outlook on modern electronic synth-pop music with Nilaihah’s recent release, Sublimation. Null Device maintains a commitment to providing audio acoustics characteristic of music reverberating through submerged caverns where mournful bass-beats pour out despondently through 14 eclectic dance tracks." ---Sonya Brown of Gothic Beauty Magazine
"Null Device’s ’Sublimation’ is a much needed re-evaluation of the genre, infusing it with a breath of new life and seamlessly combining a zillion styles into a cohesive whole. Buy it. The boys of Null Device should be proud, as they’ve done something most synth acts can’t - they’ve made synth interesting again. --Matt Fanale of https://www.tradebit.com
"Clearly, ’Sublimation’ is not the type of CD you listen to only once to decide if you like it. In fact, it would serve you well to hear it on the headset to take in all the nuances that the stereo sometimes seems to miss in a wide open space. Null Device delivers a delightful change in the electronic market that has saturated the world with cookie cutter sounds and lyrics. Do seek out this CD if you tend to be more introspective and literary than one who clings to the fad of the week." --Mike Ventarola of Dark Realms