Edge of Dawn - Anything That Gets You Through The Night
Futurepop, Electro Edge of Dawn is one of those bands I've heard on different samples, but never got to hear a complete album of. You know, when you are reviewing albums like I do, you don't have much time to listen to other albums part from the ones you have to review. In this case, I've really missed out on something and I'm glad that Dependent Records sent me this album so I got to listen to it. From here on, Dependent are now my knights in shining armor.

'Anything That Gets You Through The Night' is by all standards a great album. You go through the complete album saying "this is my favorite track on the album" and then the next track comes and you say "no, this is my favorite track on the album", and like that it goes, all the way to the end. The only real dent in this other spotless effort is the instrumental track "Capture" that slows it down. I will not name my favorite tracks in this review, because I simply have to name all the other 11 tracks.

Even though sounds is pure electro overall, some tracks are a bit more slow and calm while others are a bit harder. All and all, this is a must for all the fans of electronic music. It is filled with soul, harmony and great knowledge of music creation. This is simply great.
5
Brutal Resonance

Edge of Dawn - Anything That Gets You Through The Night

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2010 by Dependent Records
Edge of Dawn is one of those bands I've heard on different samples, but never got to hear a complete album of. You know, when you are reviewing albums like I do, you don't have much time to listen to other albums part from the ones you have to review. In this case, I've really missed out on something and I'm glad that Dependent Records sent me this album so I got to listen to it. From here on, Dependent are now my knights in shining armor.

'Anything That Gets You Through The Night' is by all standards a great album. You go through the complete album saying "this is my favorite track on the album" and then the next track comes and you say "no, this is my favorite track on the album", and like that it goes, all the way to the end. The only real dent in this other spotless effort is the instrumental track "Capture" that slows it down. I will not name my favorite tracks in this review, because I simply have to name all the other 11 tracks.

Even though sounds is pure electro overall, some tracks are a bit more slow and calm while others are a bit harder. All and all, this is a must for all the fans of electronic music. It is filled with soul, harmony and great knowledge of music creation. This is simply great.
Aug 07 2010

Patrik Lindström

info@brutalresonance.com
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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