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“Converge/Neurosis” – June Miller (Horizon Music) [SINGLE] February 19, 2010

Posted by rocketsciencemedia in Press Releases.
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TITLE: Converge/Neurosis / ARTIST: June Miller / LABEL: Horizon Music / RELEASE DATE: March 2010

1. Converge
2. Neurosis

Mark McCann and Bart Van Dijk form June Miller, one of the most spoken about acts of 2009. Producing across the internet from London to Uterecht and back, the duo have set the scene on fire with their outstanding music and explosive DJ sets.

Converge :
Converge enters the arena with a stuttered vocal and skittering hi-hats sat alongside a sweeping pad. Dub like tones add atmosphere and melody as a perfectly executed funk break provides the flow. Things break down for a moment before a warm sub bass provides weight to the track, whist the pad is stripped back for a solid roll-out. Sweeps and midrange sneak in and out of the mix, giving things an edge without being over the top. Filters attack and twist up the beat in the later parts, providing a crisp contrast to the first section.

Neurosis :
Neurosis begins with haunting ride cymbals sat alongside epic film-like strings and atmosphere. Drum rolls ring out, giving an almost military air to the proceedings. Just when it sounds like all hell is going to break loose, everything gets swept back into a lush and floating string section. The drums break back in and provide a perfect accompaniment. If you like your music full of emotion and atmosphere, don’t miss out on Neurosis.

If you would like some more information or you want to preview or review this release and would like to receive a promo copy, please contact lou@rocketsciencemedia.com or glenn@rocketsciencemedia.com

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