Artist Review: Odious Love – Self Titled EP

Review by: Justyn Brodsky

When it comes to atmosphere, ambience and enchanting production value, Odious Love‘s self-titled EP does absolute justice.

Each and every song is crafted to its perfection. This producer’s solo project goes beyond the realm of the average record release, and really puts his heart and soul into making the mixing board his sanctuary.

One highlight from this EP that must be mentioned is the single/music video for the track “If It’s Love,” a melodic journey into musical and visual bliss that showcases two dancers that represent the song’s overall content, with their movements telling the story.

First and foremost, the lyrics and vocal melodies in this song are on today’s mainstream level, reminiscent of superstars like Adele, Sia, and others of their caliber. It has an unforgettable chorus and timeless measures of blissful moods that parallel the song’s aura and innovative production perfectly. This is definitely a next-level song that will grab your attention.

Every track of this EP is an exercise of different angles from the same producer and his capabilities not only behind the board, but with songwriting as well. There is a lot of life and spirit breathed into these songs and this EP really reflects how versatile and dynamic Odious Love really is.

This is a masterpiece recommended for all out there who are itching to discover that next artist or project that will inspire you. Odious Love‘s EP does exactly that.

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