Side Bangs - Monopolies

Side Bangs – Monopolies

Side Bangs - Monopolies

After the critically acclaimed debut single called Wedding Season, Brooklyn-based artist Side Bangs returns with another exceptional composition that will unquestionably appeal to all the fans of an indie rock sound. As soon as you press play, you’ll notice that Monopolies differs from the remainder of the indie scene. Perhaps the song explores the fundamentals of the indie genre, but Side Bangs incorporated some of the finest properties borrowed from other complementary music genres. Therefore, Monopolies will be right up your alley, even if you’re not an indie music fan. You’ll notice how Side Bangs implemented some impressive synth rock, synthwave, alternative, and post-rock sonic maneuvers, so Monopolies shines with many qualities that ordinary indie tracks usually don’t have. Of course, these additional elements serve as more than necessary enhancements, accentuations, decorations, and other details that unquestionably uplift Monopolies on an entirely new level without spoiling the primary sonic direction.

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It’s nearly mindblowing how this single resonates with some mid-eighties to late-nineties ambiance but also leans towards the atmosphere you might expect to hear in modern songs. Anyone into writing, composing, recording, or producing music knows that’s not an easy task to achieve, but Side Bangs accomplished it with such ease. Her exceptional vocal performance serves as a centerpiece of the song, and all the vocal arrangements perfectly match the sonic background. You’ll notice many arpeggiated synth melodies, harmonies, themes, leads, and ambiances, flawlessly combined with aggressive, powerful, and heavily distorted guitar riffs. Monopolies wouldn’t sound so profoundly dynamic without equally complex basslines and skillfully performed rhythmic sequences based upon well-accentuated, detailed beats, breaks, drum fills, and other percussive acrobatics. Monopolies will blow you away with its well-balanced, confident, sincere sound that’s rarely seen on the indie scene nowadays, so you should check out this single as soon as possible. The single is available on all streaming platforms.





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