Got a new remix from Memorry dropping his brand of tropical goodness on a Color Theory track. This track was originally found on Color Theory’s latest release, “Adjustments pt3”. Memorry is fresh off of his recent endeavor of writhing Chelsea Handler’s new Netflix show theme song.
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About this song
80’s synthpop is in Brian Hazard’s blood, but he mostly listens to Electronic Dance Music these days. His distinctive brand of literary dance pop draws from both, fleshed out with rich piano voicings. Anyone who took music lessons as a kid calls themselves “classically trained,” but Hazard went the distance, earning a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance. Immediately after graduation, he left Beethoven and Brahms behind to pursue his first musical inspiration, Depeche Mode.
Has a bit of a Cure vibe on this new release from Memoryy. The track is solid on the production end and the melody of the chorus is what caught my ear.
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Memorry just released this new remix which frames Paperwhite’s “Unstoppable” in a more neon 80’s esque type sound.
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Been waiting for this one to drop, it’s the latest electronic pop track from Memorry. Warning, it has a hook that will stick. Also like the vocal manipulations on the track.
From the artist:
I originally had written this chorus to pitch to Rhianna or Flo Rida (a friend was working with them at the time) & it never happened…I re-discovered it & rewrote this version, which was inspired by binge-watching both BBC’s Black Mirror & MTV’s Catfish shows. So the lyrics are questioning the nature of reality.
Anyways I had some production help from Yeasayer’s producer Abe Seiferth & it was mixed by LA bud Luke Tozour (who got a Grammy nomination for engineering Katy Perry’s “I Kissed A Girl”.)
It was nice to re-connect with both these guys — Abe produced my very first synth-pop song, Kitten Berry Crunch “When This Is Over”, and Luke mixed my old LA synth-rock band The Squares’ debut album.
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Another excellent cut from Memoryy’s latest EP of the same name. Memoryy is synthpop artist Shaun Hettinger.