Erase all Data Electropop, Pop Matt Springfield Matt Springfield, a French musician, came to redefine the concept of pop music with freshness and cleverness found in 2013's 'Erase All Data'. Springfield knew how to make a really emotional release that poured a huge gamma of feelings out. His chorus and rhythms reveal the musical abilities in this artist who knows how to tell us something in the universal language of sound. In this album I find a various amount of different musical influences that could very well lead to many genre classifications. But, I can take electropop, pop, or pop rock with some electronic effects, mixed keyboard sounds with excellent guitar arrangements. However, I think the keyboards are the main highlights. With love songs like "See You" and melancholic songs such as "Thing I've Said" (my favorite being "Hunted"), you can see Springfield's skill to generate different humors and feelings. The And the catchy songs with not so deep meanings, easy to learn lyrics, can make people take the songs negatively. But, they should bear in mind that we are talking about a pop album, where the chorus is an important resource and meaning takes second place in general. Pop music tries to generate hits and, in this case, we can find examples of this clearly. The voice of Matt Springfield is very nice, original, and personal. I think that he knows about this and that he uses his voice to play with all his vocal abilities. Taking each tone carefully to the appropriate occasion, he is no doubt a good singer. 450
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Matt Springfield - Erase all Data

7.5
"Good"
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Released 2013 by Akamusic
Matt Springfield, a French musician, came to redefine the concept of pop music with freshness and cleverness found in 2013's 'Erase All Data'.

Springfield knew how to make a really emotional release that poured a huge gamma of feelings out. His chorus and rhythms reveal the musical abilities in this artist who knows how to tell us something in the universal language of sound.

In this album I find a various amount of different musical influences that could very well lead to many genre classifications. But, I can take electropop, pop, or pop rock with some electronic effects, mixed keyboard sounds with excellent guitar arrangements. However, I think the keyboards are the main highlights.

With love songs like "See You" and melancholic songs such as "Thing I've Said" (my favorite being "Hunted"), you can see Springfield's skill to generate different humors and feelings. The And the catchy songs with not so deep meanings, easy to learn lyrics, can make people take the songs negatively. But, they should bear in mind that we are talking about a pop album, where the chorus is an important resource and meaning takes second place in general. Pop music tries to generate hits and, in this case, we can find examples of this clearly.

The voice of Matt Springfield is very nice, original, and personal. I think that he knows about this and that he uses his voice to play with all his vocal abilities. Taking each tone carefully to the appropriate occasion, he is no doubt a good singer. Feb 17 2014

Guillermo Coronel

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