IndiePulse Reviews:Look into the Light, by TNEO
Look into the Light, the second release by TNEO (The New Electronic Orchestra), and the next track of the Robotish album will make you move to the groove.
In Review: With a fun and soothing mid 70’s harmonious duet between male and female voicing, Look into the Light, has a hypnotic beat and a flow that draws you into a techno hyperactive and trance moving state. this track may seem like a departure from the forwad thinking “New experience” often associated with TNEO, yet, always in the forefront, it is a fitting homage to the Mirrored Disco Ball days of the dance hall, and the sensual and energy packed and , shall we say, sexual rhythm associated with modern dance.
This House influenced track features guest vocalist Kara. Her singing on Look into the Light, is a departure from her regular gig of classical opera’s and Irving Belin covers. She blends perfectly with the 21st-century vibe of this song.
Look into the Light, carries the message of hope and enlightenment all the while telling everyone the dance floor to, literally, look into the light! Keeping with the TNEO tradition of combining sounds of the 21st century via samples, synths, and loops with traditional instruments, this track features the humble Classical Guitar. Its pure sound and clear articulation is the perfect compliment to the synth flavored track.
Perfect for the dance floor, this track points to a future for TNEO that will create music that will become part of your life.
You can find more about TNEO as well as hear all currently released music at www.tneomusic.com, www.soundcloud.com/TNEO, on Itunes, Spotify, and Amazon Music.
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