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Life Is Easy ~ Bright Light Bright Light
Life Is Easy ~ Bright Light Bright Light
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The second album released by Rod Thomas under the name Bright Light Bright Light is heavily influenced by his recent extended stay in New York. Where his debut (the superb `Make Me Believe in Hope') was the sound of someone struggling to find happiness, `Life Is Easy' appears to be the sound of someone who has finally found it.

It's very difficult to pick out any particular tracks as standout, as this is wall to wall with melodic, euphoric electronic pop. However, current single `I Believe' has an emphatic momentum that feels like an explosion of absolute joy. What could have been standard EDM is transformed by the sincerity with which Rod relays his feelings about a new… Read more
By Nicole <a href="">Frankmusik</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
By Nicole Frankmusik MP3 Download
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Vincent's Frankmusik project has had a bumpy ride since the heady days of his first fully released album ('Complete Me'). After a poorly received second album, he parted ways with his record company and at one point even abandoned the Frankmusik moniker altogether.

So it's to his enormous credit that this fourth album (self-financed and which Vincent not only wrote and produced but also got heavily involved in design, promotion, distribution for) is a triumphant return to form. Whilst his voice has always been his biggest asset, with 'By Nicole' he has found a stronger, yet more emotional tone. Same goes for his production, which is densely intricate and yet often sweeps you… Read more
Fierce Angel pres Fierce Disco VI ~ Various Artists
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
As expected from Mark Doyle, this is a superb collection of uplifting summer disco house that goes big on melody.

The CD packaging, designed by new recruit Luke Woodford, is beautifully done. There's a thematic nod to the 'fierce angel' concept but things are taken in a magical and somewhat spookier direction. Such a nice change from the usual tacky dance compilation artwork that everyone else seems to employ.

That attention to detail is evident throughout the collection. Tracks don't just run into each other; everything is carefully placed to give the listener a journey through a range of emotions. Standout tracks on CD1 include the naggingly insistent 'The Same… Read more