Electro Divinity Cyberpunk, Electro LazerNomad This review was commissioned through Ko-fi. However, it bears no weight on the score or decision. All reviews are written from an unbiased standpoint. LazerNomad is a relatively recent project whose debut single 'Cyber Factory' dropped on July 14th, 2022. Keywords to describe this project include but are not limited to robots, space, electricity, the future, and cyberpunk. With a need to create dancefloor rhythms set for the dystopian era, LazerNomad is on a quest to conquer and addict. Not one to settle down, LazerNomad has just released his second single 'Electro Divinity'. And while it doesn't scream to grab your attention, the production is solid, and his potential is omniscient. Electro Divinity by LazerNomadThere's not much to say about LazerNomad's music that hasn't been said before about electronic dance music with a cyberpunk vibe. It's a heavy hitting dancefloor track, getting the four-on-the-floor vibe down well enough. But in comparison to a lot of the heavy hitters within the scene, such as Perturbator, Lazerpunk, Nightcrawler, among others, the music is lacking in signature. There's nothing that stands out as thrilling; it makes wonderful workout music but it isn't necessarily something that will make me want to seek it out again and again. If LazerNomad can find a way to make his music more unique than this, he'll go far. But right now he's in a sea of tough competition. Six-and-a-half out of ten.  350
Brutal Resonance

LazerNomad - Electro Divinity

6.5
"Alright"
Released off label 2022
This review was commissioned through Ko-fi. However, it bears no weight on the score or decision. All reviews are written from an unbiased standpoint. 

LazerNomad is a relatively recent project whose debut single 'Cyber Factory' dropped on July 14th, 2022. Keywords to describe this project include but are not limited to robots, space, electricity, the future, and cyberpunk. With a need to create dancefloor rhythms set for the dystopian era, LazerNomad is on a quest to conquer and addict. Not one to settle down, LazerNomad has just released his second single 'Electro Divinity'. And while it doesn't scream to grab your attention, the production is solid, and his potential is omniscient. 



There's not much to say about LazerNomad's music that hasn't been said before about electronic dance music with a cyberpunk vibe. It's a heavy hitting dancefloor track, getting the four-on-the-floor vibe down well enough. But in comparison to a lot of the heavy hitters within the scene, such as Perturbator, Lazerpunk, Nightcrawler, among others, the music is lacking in signature. There's nothing that stands out as thrilling; it makes wonderful workout music but it isn't necessarily something that will make me want to seek it out again and again. If LazerNomad can find a way to make his music more unique than this, he'll go far. But right now he's in a sea of tough competition. Six-and-a-half out of ten. 
Aug 02 2022

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

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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