Waves Under Water - A Short Presentation Of Waves Under Water
Electro First of all I think I need to mention that this is not really a demo release, it's a promo of what is to come in Waves Under Water's official release that is due the end of the summer, but since it's not an official release, I toss it right into the demo section.

Waves Under Water is a dark electro band from Stockholm that haven't had any official release to this date. The music is easy to listen to with clean and soft melodies together with Angelica's nice and compelling voice, it's not for the hardcore noise pretentious listener.

In this 'A Short Presentation Of Waves Under Water', we are offered to take a closer look at the songs "Serpents and the Tree", "Winter Garden" and "Nothing More". What they all have in common are that the lyrics and melodies are more contagious than the Swine Flu, but instead of fever and finally death, you are left in a silly state of humming and there's no escape from it. The lyrics are easy to sing along with and the music is soft, varied and well produced.

If Waves Under Water can keep this up in their full-length album, they surely will be given great reviews.
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Waves Under Water - A Short Presentation Of Waves Under Water

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Demo released 2009
First of all I think I need to mention that this is not really a demo release, it's a promo of what is to come in Waves Under Water's official release that is due the end of the summer, but since it's not an official release, I toss it right into the demo section.

Waves Under Water is a dark electro band from Stockholm that haven't had any official release to this date. The music is easy to listen to with clean and soft melodies together with Angelica's nice and compelling voice, it's not for the hardcore noise pretentious listener.

In this 'A Short Presentation Of Waves Under Water', we are offered to take a closer look at the songs "Serpents and the Tree", "Winter Garden" and "Nothing More". What they all have in common are that the lyrics and melodies are more contagious than the Swine Flu, but instead of fever and finally death, you are left in a silly state of humming and there's no escape from it. The lyrics are easy to sing along with and the music is soft, varied and well produced.

If Waves Under Water can keep this up in their full-length album, they surely will be given great reviews.
Apr 27 2009

Demo

Demo release from the artist. A brief tape or recording illustrating the abilities of the artist.

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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