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Remixedcat Delivers A Vibrant Record


One of the latest in a string of releases from Remixedcat brings about a high energy and bright sonic presence that hits like Whiplash and leaves you with a sense of feeling energetic and alive.


The Nights On The Prowl album bears a ton of both 80s and 90s nostalgia as the record puts out a cross of electronica, synthwave, and trance that all come together on one record, and this is the type of record that you listen to as a whole.


The energy level across the span of this release is through the roof and a lot of these songs feel awesome to listen to no matter what your age actually is, however, I grew up in the '80s and early 90s and some of these tracks really give this warm nostalgia feel for me.


These songs were woven with attention to detail but with a certain freedom as well and their arrangements let them build and sort of breathe at times.


However, like I said earlier though there are some singles on this record for sure, going from beginning to end, from start to finish, is the absolute way to go when listening to this record.


The synths and keys used across the span of this release are pinpointed and have both color and edginess to them enough to create an atmosphere that you don't want to leave once you're in.


This is kind of a special thing when it comes to this release because you are actually able to escape your own reality and dive into this one for a moment in time which feels really good to do and it has been a while since I've been able to do it.


Being able to listen to something and have it musically create vivid images in your head or making memories of your own just pop in there now and then is something that is unique, and I love being able to soak this album in and let it do its thing.


The record can take you away and it's one of my favorite things about it.


And also, clearly tell this was done by an artist who has an absolute love for the craft and spends a lot of time doing exactly that.


I can also tell you this is a definite truth because upon listening to this record I took a deep dive into the back catalog and even if you just go with Spotify alone there is a massive number of tracks to be able to listen to and drive with starting from 2020 to now.


If you start with the older stuff and bring your way up to more recent stuff, you'll be able to hear a little bit of an evolution in the process of songwriting and soundscapes used for how Remixedcat works.


I definitely enjoy being able to track that sort of evolution.


This album was edgy, fun, danceable, had tons of character, had loads of heart, and gave me that perfect dynamic balance of nostalgia and drive.


The cool thing is that if you dig this record then you can definitely check out some of the artist's material and really spend half a day getting down with it and believe me, it's lots of fun to do exactly that.


In the meantime, take a deep dive into this record and come out feeling pretty invigorated, you'll be happy you did.















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