Enemies - EP
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Enemies EP Review
Digital tones dance around your brain as the lyrics bounce off the back of your skull. Colors swirl and pulsate between synthesized snare and and your head bounces steadily to the consistent droning of the bass drum. Andrew Boss, who wrote, performed, engineered, and mixed the “Enemies” EP from Isotopes of Neon takes a page from both the new-age, indie, electronica bands, like Animal Collective and MGMT, as well as stepping back and showing off his 80's David Bowie influence. Mixing lo-fi digital 8-bit sound effects with sharp sounding synth and vocals (as heard on the intro to the title track, Enemies), as well as applying spacious, psychedelic effects makes this EP both a breath of fresh air in todays music selection as well as a welcome reminder of where many of todays electronica musicians found their influence. Boss' music is all at once melodic, interesting, and strangely comfortable to get lost in. Listeners will be engaged by a pop-ish edge, but will become hooked by the intimate lyrics which swim in your head like the echo of an ignored conscience.