Daybehavior - It's a Game
Synthpop Swedish electro pop artist Daybehavior released a couple of albums in the end of the 90's and the beginning of this century. But when one of their members, Tommy, moved to Thailand, the band was left without inspiration. Now it seems the trio is back on track and with their upcoming album release, they start out by releasing the single "It's a Game".

The song is about relations, and either I haven't got laid in way to long, or the track is filled with a bunch of sexual references. "It's a game and I want to play, I want to go all the way...", "We can play servant and master, we can go slow and faster...", "You have a car, I have a motorway, let's misbehave...", don't tell me that is just me?

This is a one track single release, with the original track and two remixes. Musical wise it is very catchy northern Europe electro pop. The singer Paulinda has a nice panting and a bit melancholic voice, but still a poppy undertone that fits perfect to the atmosphere created by the electronic landscapes the music draws for us.

The two remixes are pretty well done. For every remix, the music feels more and more bare boned. Marsheux remixes takes it one step and Australian Parralox go all the way and really strips it down. Both remixes have their qualities and I actually enjoy them both.

Solid first peak of upcoming material. Well done.
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Brutal Resonance

Daybehavior - It's a Game

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2010 by Graplur
Swedish electro pop artist Daybehavior released a couple of albums in the end of the 90's and the beginning of this century. But when one of their members, Tommy, moved to Thailand, the band was left without inspiration. Now it seems the trio is back on track and with their upcoming album release, they start out by releasing the single "It's a Game".

The song is about relations, and either I haven't got laid in way to long, or the track is filled with a bunch of sexual references. "It's a game and I want to play, I want to go all the way...", "We can play servant and master, we can go slow and faster...", "You have a car, I have a motorway, let's misbehave...", don't tell me that is just me?

This is a one track single release, with the original track and two remixes. Musical wise it is very catchy northern Europe electro pop. The singer Paulinda has a nice panting and a bit melancholic voice, but still a poppy undertone that fits perfect to the atmosphere created by the electronic landscapes the music draws for us.

The two remixes are pretty well done. For every remix, the music feels more and more bare boned. Marsheux remixes takes it one step and Australian Parralox go all the way and really strips it down. Both remixes have their qualities and I actually enjoy them both.

Solid first peak of upcoming material. Well done.
Dec 17 2010

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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