Monday, February 28, 2011

Song Review: Machine (Club Master): Travis Royce Feat Ryan Elizabeth


By Captain Pownzor
Staff Blogger

We don't so much have a lot of club music up on LOL music but I recently found this artist of interest through reverbnation and had to give a post. His new club anthem machine is sure to have booty quaking and fist bumping everywhere.
With a voice and style resembling a deeper, cleaned up version of the girls can hear us. Royce's latest effort is like a dirty club thumper with substance. Philosophical and intelligent lyrics about breaking free from the norm and being less of a machine, the song is not only catchy but offers an intelligent message.
Polished smart verses done in a dirty gruff rap voice add a sexy element to this track that will surely have the ladies wanting more of Travis Royce.
The chorus has a decent euro-beat sort of hook and would blend seamlessly at any hot dance bar and be very easy to dance to. Ryan Elizabeth brings some sharp accompanying vocals to the track as well and brings a lady diva pop-star element to the table. Her voice takes the song to a whole new level and compliments the quickfire rap verses from Royce perfectly. Fans of Gaga, Rihanna and Britney would definitely love her vocal sty-lings and this track.
The mixing is done fairly well but if it were up to me the bass seemed a bit thin in places where it could really make the song pop out of the speakers. Still if it were played through a big club system it would sound great, just lacking in the home system department.
Overall this is a solid club track with catchy hooks and fairly decent and intelligent lyrics. It allows for both an awesome dance track and well thought out lyrical sty-lings.

If you are interested to hear more of Travis Royce or wanted to download this track check out his reverbnation page HERE

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Foo Fighters -Teaser

By Captain Pownzor
Staff Blogger

I have to say the last few foo singles have not been the greatest of the great. I really miss the old, loud 90's version of the Foo. But this 30 seconds gives me some hope. It seems as though Grohl has found new inspiration in the heavy them crooked vultures stuff and decided to make a very heavy album again. I am excited to hear this new material and hopeful that old Foo may be back.

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