Last month, Coastal Beats reviewed the indie Nashville, Tennessee duo, Future Unlimited, and their darkly electronic fueled track, “Calm Me Down,” which set the bar high for their forthcoming six-track EP, “Calm Down.” Creators and synth-pop artists David Miller and Samuel D’Amelio released their second psychedelic art-pop EP, featuring a colorful array of synth-pop instrumentation, all-encompassing ’80s inspired beats, and hooking melodies. Since their first EP release back in 2012, the duo’s dynamic has strengthened and their intensely compelling styles have fluctuated.
The introductory track, “Tame,” is the perfect build-up from careful, slow-paced beats to heart racing, atmospheric sound waves. Its tense sounds and charming soundscapes are sweeping, and the duo immediately attracts listeners with their ’80s-themed nuance. “Calm Me Down” is a new wave beat with smooth, intriguing vocals and powerfully dark melodies. Although the lyrics are repetitive, Future Unlimited is perceptive, self-aware, and enigmatic in their sound. When…
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