"Once again we are delighted to feature another great electronic artist from Denmark, this time is enter.me with his first single 'Poison Fruits', a pure modern electropop manifesto that shines in all the right areas.
Talking about the driving force behind enter.me, Claus Lindeskov Hansen, he embodies a creative songwriter that has learned to craft his electronic musical skills carefully, letting in some noticeable classic influences like New Order and Ultravox, yet holding a fresh and modern kind of more personal touch.
What it's really interesting about this track is that it totally captures a creative and interesting balance between a more classic futurepop approach and blending in modern synthpop with even some synthwave convergence here and there.
Overall the track has an uplifting atmosphere, effective and catchy synth patches, and melodies, and we have to highlight the very enjoyable vocal style and performance, also they get enhanced with creative dynamic delay effects that accentuate the vocals in all the cool places.
Lindeskov highlights Bernard Sumner from New Order as one of his main inspirations, and we can corroborate that he knows how to equalize that with his own originality as a definitive advantage.
enter.me is an artist you just have to be following; danish modern synthpop is solidly in one of its best moments,
Town and Towers Records nails it again with another high quality artist!"
by Synthpop Your World on 12-April-2021
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INSIDE THE TRACK: [artist's commentary]
the vocals are about a person who'd like to grow in a relationship but needs support to manage. i always write in a personal manner and everything i write about is personal experience or something that the listener can relate to.
The base of the music was recorded/programmed some years ago while in another band. after my solo project enter | me was launched i continued working on it until the release early 2021.
i like to mix different elements of different genres. I'm very much into Depeche mode, ultravox, tears for fears and new order, but also like to blend in some harder stuff from ebm and more softer elements from, say, ambient.