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Soul Trip (digital single)

Review by Gary Hill

I've reviewed another single from this artist in this issue of Music Street Journal. I put that one under progressive rock because I felt that it qualified as "art music." This one, though, is more of a mainstream tune, so it fits under non-prog. The thing is, I prefer that tune, but this is very good, too.

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Track by Track Review
Soul Trip
I like the multiple layers of vocals on this. The cut has a lot of synthetic sound in the musical arrangement. It has a real EDM meets soul vibe - with the soul end of that equation dominating. This is an effective pop song.
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