The world of electronic music is a male dominated domain. Many musicians, composers and producers of the genre belong to the male gender and so it is refreshing when you hear something about the female faction on your ears. Already in the summer, she was the subject of an article on She Wolf – Noa Krsnik with her single W.Pro . Musically, what Noa Krsnik creates is comparable to the creation of painterly art, only for the ears and in the form of sound waves. Playing with the different timbres and sound designs is so fantasist. This is mastered by Nina Khabeishvili, who lives in Georgia and goes by the name of Noa already responsible for several interesting pieces of music in the fields of house, ambience, techno and electro.
The fact that Noa Krsnik proves the necessary instinct not only for interesting sound design, but also for a purely sonic storytelling and melodic composing, was also noticed by the London-based Flashing Lights Records label, which signed this ambitious artist.
In keeping with the theme of the title, Noa Krsnik introduces the track Do Not Sleep with a gloomy and pulsating synthesizer sound, which adorns the arrangement of the track almost throughout, creating a gloomy spatiality, which is accompanied by bass-heavy drums at a medium tempo. Short vocal units accompany the song, which mystically and almost eerily come out of the speakers and come out of the speakers from the sound design of Do Not Sleep . In terms of text and sound design, the name Do Not Sleep says it all. With a loose arrangement of different sound designs and melody composing that were incorporated into the arrangement, Do Not Sleep psychedelic-looking, gloomy electro track that flows smoothly into one another and is not exhausting, but also not boring. For interesting melodies and above all good sound designs bursting with creativity, Noa Krsnik clearly has the right nose!
Conclusion 8 of 10: Interestingly Psychedelic track between house and electro – fans of the genre should above times click Play and Do Not Sleep by Noa Krsnik!
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