Aesthetic Perfection - Rhythm + Control
EBM, Electro-Industrial

Daniel Graves is back in 2017 with a brand new two track single titled 'Rhythm + Control'. Two versions of the track are available for eager fans to eat up. The first is a guitar riddled, 80s metal influenced, industrial, and new wave blend of Graves' patented industrial pop. The second track is the electro version of the track that lets the new wave aspect of the song take over, transforming it from a darkly tinged piece to an upbeat, albeit still Goth flavored club track. 

Not one to be shy with his friends in the industry, Graves also brought a host of talent along with him on 'Rhythm + Control' to make it even more special than it already is. Jinxx, the multi-instrumentalist for Black Veil Brides, performed guitars on the song so you can thank him for every single shred that crosses your ear. Fittingly enough due to sheer namesake, the ever handsome Goth icon William Control brought along his dapper vocals for the track. Lastly, the up and coming dark-pop femme fatale Nyxx gave her gorgeous vocals to the song. 

With three distinct and well sung voices on the single backed up by guitars from one Hell of a talented musician, 'Rhythm + Control' is gearing up to be a song that will even make Satan himself dance. It's fun, well produced (as always), and will be released in just two days. Here's hoping Graves will gather all his singles together and release them all in a CD compilation together! Fingers crossed!
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Aesthetic Perfection - Rhythm + Control

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released off label 2017


Daniel Graves is back in 2017 with a brand new two track single titled 'Rhythm + Control'. Two versions of the track are available for eager fans to eat up. The first is a guitar riddled, 80s metal influenced, industrial, and new wave blend of Graves' patented industrial pop. The second track is the electro version of the track that lets the new wave aspect of the song take over, transforming it from a darkly tinged piece to an upbeat, albeit still Goth flavored club track. 

Not one to be shy with his friends in the industry, Graves also brought a host of talent along with him on 'Rhythm + Control' to make it even more special than it already is. Jinxx, the multi-instrumentalist for Black Veil Brides, performed guitars on the song so you can thank him for every single shred that crosses your ear. Fittingly enough due to sheer namesake, the ever handsome Goth icon William Control brought along his dapper vocals for the track. Lastly, the up and coming dark-pop femme fatale Nyxx gave her gorgeous vocals to the song. 

With three distinct and well sung voices on the single backed up by guitars from one Hell of a talented musician, 'Rhythm + Control' is gearing up to be a song that will even make Satan himself dance. It's fun, well produced (as always), and will be released in just two days. Here's hoping Graves will gather all his singles together and release them all in a CD compilation together! Fingers crossed!
Jul 06 2017

Off label

Official relesae released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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