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In Review: Celadon Candy’s ‘Celadonia’ Album



In Review: Celadon Candy's 'Celadonia' Album
Celadon Candy
have been active in the music scene since 2010, with major changes this year the artistic project rises again as did the phoenix, after the UK indie label Trinity Eclipse released their album ‘Celadonia’. Its sound is Electro Pop and definitely requires multiple listens to truly appreciate what it has to offer. Generally, you’ll find dark and moody songs, all of them with awesome synth lines. Below, our track-by-track review will provide you more details about everything, enjoy!

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1 – Irritant  This is the opening song that grabs your attention, at first listen. There’s a nice combination of male and female vocals. These voices complement each other very well, and the electronic beats seem to be an endless rhythm!

2 – Libertines “Let’s run away, I wouldn’t waste another day” here I wish to underline the songwriting skills of the project.  Celadon Candy made an anthem that expresses the value of freedom. I am sure many of us will feel identified with the song’s lyrics.

3 – Broken Dark Electro Pop music that sounds like a modern protest song. The main vocals transmit a secure, confident and energetic tone.

4 – Undercutter In comparison with the rest of the songs’ album, here you will notice a quick, upbeat and exciting rhythm. A totally catchy tune!

5 – Snakes The shortest track of the ‘Celadonia’ album, has an interesting vibe that will leave you wanting more…

6 – Celadonia An atmospheric and electronica track, with sounds from outer space that will please big crowds at any rave party! Distorted and instrumental sounds show a different side from Celadon Candy.

7 – Socialist Here’s another dark track, it opens with an arpeggiated synthesizer. Listeners get another taste of Celadon Candy’s own unique ravey sound. Sexy and intense song…

8 – 1JuneDemo Synth, and electronica hooks that blow my mind, this masterpiece raises doubts about the song’s original title.

9 – Sweet This tune reveals that Celadon Candy have been listening to a significant amount of techno and some heavy rock music as well. A strange combination of these two genres seems to work!

10 – Apostacy Enjoy the last track of the album, It sounds more like a club-friendly banger, ideal for DJ sets of minimal and techno music.  If Celadon Candy decide to remix this song, that will be fantastic!

Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style.


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