Much to my relief, and from the content that is making its way through to me, I’m very much in the zone whereby I’m seeing that there has been a justifiable upturn in the quality of synth-pop breaking through of late.
Maybe it is the arrival of summer that has brought it on, but whatever it is that has chased away the brooding chasms of identi-fit synth-pop that so rapidly multiplied in their numbers, I’m more than in the happy place right now with all this shimmery touched synth-pop that is coming to light.
It’s been said often enough that in regard to the U.S., L.A. pretty much has a hold on this particular brand of electronic pop although, I can’t altogether with hand on heart say that I’ve been made aware so much of a numerous number of new acts to note that are making their way up, out of a shrouded level obscurity in recent times.
In now being alerted to the hook laden synth-pop of L.A. duo Say Say I don’t consider that we’re late to the party as it is only now that they have dropped their dazzling encrusted debut EP “Prelude Of A Dream” and if I have ever so much lately had the cause to use the term Bobby dazzler then it definitely would be applicable when referring to Say Say’s debut EP.
There is a bounty of synth-pop goodness to get down our ear drums from Say Say and as good a place to start from as any comes via the voluminous melody hued track “Turn Back Time”.