Exclusive Review: M3lted – “Soldiers On Sunset” Album

Review by: Justyn W. Brodsky

Cover Art of M3lted’s Album

When it comes to dynamic production techniques, versatile beat making and multifaceted musicianship factors, M3lted fits the bill. Composed and created during the COVID19 pandemic, this anthemic album was put together as M3lted‘s first release since his retirement from a 16 year music career due to health issues, heartbreak and other events that affected him. Now, with his comeback record ‘Soldiers On Sunset’ making its way across the spectrum, you can clearly hear his love for music returning to the forefront as a major silver lining from the events that led up to it.

It’s immediately apparent from the very first track that M3lted hones a craft and signature sound of his own. From EDM-flavored measures to smooth electronically-infused transitions, this album has been handled with care and absolute precision. The song “Foam Backbone” is an excellent portrayal of M3lted‘s stylization and mixing with great energy additives in all the right places. Meanwhile, “Make Money” and title track “Soldiers On Sunset” are straight Hip Hop bangers with the same charismatic ingredients from the opening tracks that put a dynamic edge to a sound that is solidified and established.

The standout of this album is definitely “Just Another Love Song”, which is more of an anthem than just another song. This soundtrack-worthy track is melodically visceral and really captures the essence and aura that M3lted puts forth throughout this album’s duration. It’s a climactic track with solid melody structures and layers that any veteran producer will appreciate. Overall, this album is incredibly crafty and really resonates with the producer’s realm. After 16 years in the game, “Soldiers On Sunset” is an amazing comeback and will definitely entice you to dive deeper into M3lted‘s catalogue, as well as future releases.


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