I Saw It On The Radio EP
Recorded in the lush studios tucked away in Goldsmith's University, where she also studies music, Margot White's I Saw It On The Radio showcases everything cool about this artist. Originally from Texas and now living in London, Margot White has discovered a huge talent for poetry, jazz, and electronic music composition. These three avenues swoop in together on this remarkable EP which culminates many years of practice, study, and passion. With a recent single featured on our sister site, Alternative Fruit, it's with great pleasure that The Electro Review can showcase Margot White's full project.
Electric Wolf starts with a smooth guitar phrase which loops across a bouncy sky. Margot begins with her delightful vocals, with a sincerely pretty voice her words dash and lap at the sides of the composition. Bass and drums find their way in, it continues with a soft rock feel which is filled with subtle synthesiser and digital effect. Organic instruments merge with tingling digital atmospheres while epic imagery is described in verse after verse.
Next is a deep and dishy bass line. Digital fuzz breaks the boundary of the note as it digs deep in the rhythmic texture. Margot's voice enters and with a ghostly edge, her words slink over angles with satin like flow. Face to Face carries an r'n'b sense of delivery while vocals and electronica lift the grooves into new areas of exploration.
So Sweet takes the guitar loop back to the stage while a pounding drum throws in a heart-beat style tempo. A great walking pace to avenue around the mind, the track builds with each line as new notes and drums add their energetic intentions. Melody breaks free and the chorus makes a start for the ceiling. Chords and keyboards merge in a riffage of melodic dream. The tune shifts again, with a reggae sounding groove momentarily carrying the track forward. Melancholy and sunshine take it in turns to grip the mic and show us their heart.
Distant music is filled like a balloon by dreamy and thoughtful vocals which wander wistfully through strumming chords and digital effects. Static warms the sound like gentle embers fading and glowing like breathing stones. Heavenly melody catches us on the way down as we drift with the kite like song, dancing and flowing in the natural eddies of the sky. The Letter takes us into an inner world, where conflicting feelings and misty images keep us on our toes.
Time Of Your Life takes a turn into beats and soundscape as vocals mingle and tingle along lines of echoing drum and synths which wash like waves in the deep ocean. Where horizons stretch for miles and the gravity of our journey falls gently on our shoulders, it seems like we can walk on water. Perhaps it is all a metaphor for something else entirely.
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