We are looking for Rolling Stone Magazine-style song descriptions for a collection of 9 Lo-Fi Hip-Hop Jazz instrumental songs.
“Crash Into You” is that moment of resolution during the final scene of a stage-play — only this play takes place at a laser show inside of a steel-cage match. The aggressive synths are skillfully alternated with various padded oases. Bouncing between pulsing saws and lush live strings, Crash Into You’s lynchpin is HENAO’s unchanging syrupy-sweet stanzas. This ear-worm, reminiscent of Dynoro’s “In My Mind,” is sure to captivate you, like the song of the Sirens — right before you crash.
“Simple as that” is a country song masquerading as a pop masterpiece. The guitar, played by Menno Beck hooks the listener immediately. The rhythmic riff sets the stage for Brandon Chase’s warm vocal tone. Leslie Carron handles the second verse, as she provides the alternate perspective culminating in a bittersweet end for the ill-fated lovers.
We are looking for 9, 300-500 character paragraphs. We will provide the music, a list of the instruments used in each song, and applicable credits.
Please send any examples you may have!