Mutant Forest - Reflect
Opening the track with an eerie yet inviting and lush soundscape is the track, “Reflect” by the electronic duo, Mutant Forest. Made up of Andrew Maeve and Blue, the Brooklyn based artists draw from a wide palette of creative impulses to create a language made up of new media design, music production, and dance.
As the song progresses, we get to hear the wonderful range of vocals that act as its own instrument, weaving in and out and giving a new layer of depth to the song. Underneath the gorgeous vocals are the dark textured sounds that give the track a unique rhythm. When combined, they create a song filled with remarkable details and an unforgettable atmosphere perfect to get lost within.
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