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Beatastic

    With a significant sound that definitely distinguishes them from the other bands in Brighton, it is a pleasure to do a review for Nico. His music seems to be all over the place with political, social, and personal messages in the songs. But all of his work comes down to one thing in particular, relying on people to form together for a good cause. And honestly, that’s what the world needs to do with all the change going on around the world. 
    I admire how Beatastic’s sound is in each song, the flow of piano drums and guitar is truly riveting. He kind of reminds me of a lower vocals of Woodkid, because of the multi-instrumental background flowing with low sounding vocals. His sound is driven in most of his songs by the drums and the guitar.
      The songs that really stuck out to me on Soundcloud is The Freedom, a loud song that reminds me of what it’s like to listen to a Big Pink track. The political song Nothing Will be the Same Next Year that sheds light on his own concern for society and the world problems through a summary of what happened in 2016 in his music video. And lastly, he does a different version of a classic Temple of the Dog song, Hunger Strike, that is more electronic and trance lik
e.
     Here’s some links to his social medias if you want to get in touch with him:
Facebook
Twitter

Overview: ★★★★☆
Nothing Will Be The Same Next Year: ★★★★☆
This Freedom: ★★★★☆

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