"BANDMASTER, an Indie Electropop band from Latvia, just released their amazing track 'I Might Get High Tonight', this is what we usually call a dense top quality music production, this song feels big in a great way.
From the instantly catchy and unusual introduction to the chorus buildup this song it's guaranteed to catch your attention and immerse you in its captivating seduction and a wild nightly sensation, as its lyrics invite!
In general, we highlight the beautiful density in the arrangements and production of the synth layers with the elegant performed vocals that have a peculiarly delicate, and irresistible chemistry also, that saturated/gritty vocal effect is perfection in contrast with Zelma's vocal texture and her polished style.
The track, in the end, is one of those you can adopt as a wild night hymn before venturing into endless club trips, yes we believe the tune is that powerful and catchy enough to put on repeat several days.
We recommend a lot following closely BANDMASTER and their next releases that without a doubt will bring more of this captivating sound!"
by Synthpop Your World on 14-July-2020
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INSIDE THE TRACK: [artist's commentary]
This was the first song that all three of us worked on after a 2 year creative hiatus. We came together for a creative camp in the countryside. The idea for the track came out of what would be your typical electro 1/16 arpeggio bassline just messing around on a Korg MS-20 mini. Paradoxically, the working title for this track was “Rhythm Is Destroyed” despite the four-to-the-floor rhythm pattern. After geeking out with our favourite hardware (MS-20, Roland Juno-106 and Oto Machines Biscuit), the groundwork for the song was layed down, Zelma came up with the ideas for the hook and the chorus. And after that we finished writing the song together.