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Review: 'Julian Shah-Tayler, The Singularity'

-  Label: 'Bandcamp/I-tunes/Impossible Things Records'
-  Genre: 'Dance' -  Release Date: '21.8.20.'

Our Rating:
Take a look at the artwork and if you like the artwork for this single there is a very good chance you'll like the tune too.

Julian has been around a good while and was in Creation Records chancers Whitey many years ago and has carved out a career for himself as a producer in Los Angeles working with among others Lana Del Ray and Joaquin Phoenix as well as being the artist known as The Singularity and being in a good few tribute bands.

This single is a plush dancefloor ready, pop banger with a cool laid-back feel to it and decent enough lyrics that eventually ask us "why is there so much pain in Love?" which is a good question of course, but the 5 minutes you spend on the dancefloor, with this single won't give you the answers sadly. But you may well be seduced by the way the strings work against the beats and it will probably stick in your head as well.

Find out more at https://www.julianshahtayler.com/ https://thesingularitymusic.bandcamp.com/ https://music.apple.com/us/artist/julian-shah-tayler/322044829
  author: simonovitch

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