Review: Neonsol – Manipulation (Synth Pop)

This review covers the synth pop track Neonsol – Manipulation.

This track was released in 2014 on the album Ecliptic.

One great thing about this track is the melodies throughout the track. While there isn’t necessarily a main melody throughout the track, the small melodies that melded together worked quite well. The composition in the melodies worked quite well and made this track a great listen.

The female vocals also added a nice element throughout the track, though I thought they were a bit underutilized. The male vocals are not terrible, but the pronunciation of the track title is a bit odd to me.

The flow of this track was OK, but some of the elements just ended up being a little bit too short for my tastes. Just as I got into one part of the track, the sound changes.

As a result, I would say that this was a pretty good track. Some of the good parts were a bit short and the male vocals have an odd pronunciation. Still, the melodies worked quite well and made this a good listen. Definitely worth listening to in my view.


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