Songs get vibe-checked

Allie Schneider, Entertainment Editor

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   Welcome to this issue’s music review/recommendations. We have a lot to get to, so let’s jump right into it, my bros.

   Our first song is called “Choke” by I DON’T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME. This song starts off very attention-grabbing. The sound at some point is not what you think would match the lyrics, and that gives it a great dystopian vibe. I could jam out to this song while causing anarchy. 8/10.

   Next song is “Breathe” by Fleurie. This has a definite eerie feel. I immediately visualize someone walking through a forest holding a torch to the ground  in the dark of night.

   Later in the song, there is a crescendo that gave me immense chills and if a song can do that to you. 9/10.

   Now we have “The Vengeful One” by Disturbed. As soon as I heard the opening, I knew it was hard rock/alternative kind of vibe, and I was living for it.

   I enjoyed the contrast this song gave it had moments where the fierce drumming and guitar went out and really there was only singing with a calmer background. 7/10

  Here we have “Pluto Projector” by Rec Orange County. The simplicities of this song are so drawing. The ability to focus on the lyrics of this song really helps its impact. You could easily sit in a car while rain is slowly hitting the windshield and just relax to this song. 10/10.   

   “Rich Girl” by Daryl Hall and John Oates was a song I was told I had to review and recommend, and I’m not mad about it. This song got me bopping along to it and wanting to listen to it again and again. 9/10.

   My final song and my personal recommendation is “Venus” by Sleeping At Last. It comes from an album completely based on the planets but also includes the sun and moon. It has a calm  tempo that you could listen to in any mood. If you are needing a song that is gorgeous and melancholic this is the one for you.  10/10.

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