Industrial/electronic producer I Ya Toyah had released a brand new single titled 'Code Blue'. I Ya Toyah landed on Earth to spread her infectious industrial product amongst the human race. Channeling vocals that sound like, and I quote, "...a pissed off Lady Gaga", I Ya Toyah's newest single blends chaos, calm, suspense, and anger into one song. You can stream the single directly below:



a pissed off Lady Gagacasdfsdfafasdf Though I Ya Toyah's initial appearance is a bit nutty, 'Code Blue' is meant to bring about mental health awareness. The song takes on an intimate, personal dark journey that rummages through social distortions, depression, and suicidal nature. 

A full length record is planned for release in October of 2018 with a Midwest tour rolling before the end of the year. 

I Ya Toyah: Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Twitter
Industrial/Electronic producer I Ya Toyah Releases New Single 'Code Blue'
May 26, 2018
Brutal Resonance

Industrial/Electronic producer I Ya Toyah Releases New Single 'Code Blue'

Industrial/electronic producer I Ya Toyah had released a brand new single titled 'Code Blue'. I Ya Toyah landed on Earth to spread her infectious industrial product amongst the human race. Channeling vocals that sound like, and I quote, "...a pissed off Lady Gaga", I Ya Toyah's newest single blends chaos, calm, suspense, and anger into one song. You can stream the single directly below:



a pissed off Lady Gagacasdfsdfafasdf Though I Ya Toyah's initial appearance is a bit nutty, 'Code Blue' is meant to bring about mental health awareness. The song takes on an intimate, personal dark journey that rummages through social distortions, depression, and suicidal nature. 

A full length record is planned for release in October of 2018 with a Midwest tour rolling before the end of the year. 

I Ya Toyah: Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Twitter
May 26 2018

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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