Through Someone Else's Eyes Futurepop, EBM Nature of Wires At this point, I don't think there is a way that Nature of Wires can do any wrong. Years of experience producing and making synthpop, futurepop, and industrial based beats consistently comes forth in every single one of Nature of Wires' efforts. This is present on their most recent singles and albums, whereupon they've been allying themselves with various artists for digital singles. This time, Nature of Wires partners with Madil Hardis for a cinematic single titled 'Through Someone Else's Eyes'. Hardis is a classically trained musician from Germany who currently resides in London. Known for her dark, ethereal tracks and soprano voice, the artist has also become an accomplished filmmaker and composer. Through Someone Else's Eyes by Nature of Wires ft Madil HardisIn any case, the single is described as the following text taken from Nature of Wires' Bandcamp page:An out-of-body experience. Like a ghost on the threshold between two worlds. You’re lost, trying to hold on to what you knew to be true and real. Clinging to someone else’s life, you live through someone else’s eyes.If what is written above is what NoW and Hardis were trying to accomplish on this song, then I would say it's a job well done. The song kicks off with Hardis humming backed by an extremely light synth. A brief pause around the twenty-two second mark makes way for Hardis' impressive and impervious voice as ominous backing synths continue to work their magic. Around the forty-eight second mark, a bassline is brought in but quickly shattered by pure drops of electronic bass. This structure of bringing up the song and then dropping it back down in between bouts of Hardis' singing and humming continues throughout the song. The final minute of the song brings in puncturing percussive blasts. I don't know what else to say about this song other than that it is quite wicked, expansive, and epic. Well done to both artists. I've nothing more to say; go listen to it immediately. If you don't, you're doing yourself a disservice. This review was commissioned through our Ko-fi page. 450
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Nature of Wires - Through Someone Else's Eyes

8.0
"Great"
Released 2021 by NoW Recordings
At this point, I don't think there is a way that Nature of Wires can do any wrong. Years of experience producing and making synthpop, futurepop, and industrial based beats consistently comes forth in every single one of Nature of Wires' efforts. This is present on their most recent singles and albums, whereupon they've been allying themselves with various artists for digital singles. This time, Nature of Wires partners with Madil Hardis for a cinematic single titled 'Through Someone Else's Eyes'. Hardis is a classically trained musician from Germany who currently resides in London. Known for her dark, ethereal tracks and soprano voice, the artist has also become an accomplished filmmaker and composer. 



In any case, the single is described as the following text taken from Nature of Wires' Bandcamp page:

An out-of-body experience. Like a ghost on the threshold between two worlds. You’re lost, trying to hold on to what you knew to be true and real. Clinging to someone else’s life, you live through someone else’s eyes.

If what is written above is what NoW and Hardis were trying to accomplish on this song, then I would say it's a job well done. The song kicks off with Hardis humming backed by an extremely light synth. A brief pause around the twenty-two second mark makes way for Hardis' impressive and impervious voice as ominous backing synths continue to work their magic. Around the forty-eight second mark, a bassline is brought in but quickly shattered by pure drops of electronic bass. This structure of bringing up the song and then dropping it back down in between bouts of Hardis' singing and humming continues throughout the song. The final minute of the song brings in puncturing percussive blasts. I don't know what else to say about this song other than that it is quite wicked, expansive, and epic. Well done to both artists. 

I've nothing more to say; go listen to it immediately. If you don't, you're doing yourself a disservice. 

This review was commissioned through our Ko-fi page.
Feb 20 2021

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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