Gallowayyys has done it again with his fresh release- Angels With Fangs Pt.1. It is an impressive Indie Techno pop album that features a seamless dynamic blend of textures. The track ranges from techno to rock. The album is a bite-sized one that leaves you wanting more. It consists of three tracks- Dye It Red, Pink Lemonade and Sticky Fingers. The tracks really do a great job of parading Gallowayyys’ versatility and skill.
Dye It Red and Gallowayyys
Dye It Red is a high-energy number and it manages this while being low-key. The driving beats and pulsing synths create a beat that you can’t help grooving to. As the song starts this way, it peaks as he starts rapping. The song feels like a haze. It comes, taking you into a disco-lit world, urging you to break free and let the beats take over.
Pink Lemonade is pure vibes. The tracks comes in barrelling you with its beats, daring you to not groove. The shimmering synths is reminiscent of the video game era. You have to peer your ear to get a hold of the lyrics and this is a theme we see throughout the album. You must let the storm that is the album take you in and dance at the centre of the hurricane. To say that the beats are hypnotics is saying the least.
Sticky Fingers is a slow-build track compared to the other two tracks. It’s a lot more paced out. What is interesting to note in all his tracks is that the beats and his vocals are in power. There is this sense of surrendering yourself to the music and allowing it to make you feel what it does. This number leaves you in a trance state of mind almost as if you are dancing as you meditate.
Emily in Paris is one of those TV shows that leaves you loving it or hating it. But what neither can argue with is the shows excellent take of fashion, it is set in Paris of course. Of course, the playlist of the show is a lot more girl pop but it could really use some Avante Garde expression as well. I can imagine Gallowayyys playing in the background as Emily takes a few risquè decisions which she will pay for later. Much like the show, Gallowayyys tracks urges you to live in the here and now as it shakes you into reality.
The album is only eight minutes long but is also only Part 1. This gets you all perked up for the next album. We want to know whether it’s going to be the same or it’s going to do a 180 on us and serve us something completely different. All in all, Gallowayyys trumpets the beginning of the Renaissance of music and he does it with panache.