EP: “NOT SATISFIED” – THE REMIXES by TALLY KOREN

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Tally Koren, the established London-based singer-songwriter just released a new EP…but with a twist…it’s titled “Not Satisfied – The Remixes”…you got it…the EP is made up of remixes of Tally’s song “Not Satisfied”…a very interesting, risky and courageous move…but let’s see how this experience turned out to be…

I will go ahead and spoil it a little bit…in the case of Tally Koren releasing an EP with 6 remixes of one song…there was only one way for this to work…is for each and every remix to have its complete and unique identity…

…I will say now, the EP works…so yeah, the remixes are completely unique and varied in their direction and production.

This could be one of the most risky and avante-garde remix EPs I’ve experienced in a very long time…or maybe ever. The remixes are unique in their production and approach, keeping it fresh with each play.

You’ve got the subtle remix with the TK7 remix…with a bit of a melancholic emotional approach…

…and you’ve got the dance ballad approach with the Omniks remix…

…you’ll also experience the more upbeat and in-your-face approach with the Xander Milne remix…

…and more…

The variety makes it feel like you’re either experiencing different songs…or that you’re experiencing a progressive dance/electro/pop song…either of these emotional experiences is more than enough to keep you hooked and glued to your speakers from start to finish.

Tally, we wish you all the best…and we can’t wait to see what you will bring to the table with your future releases.

Cheers!

 



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Born in the 80s, attracted by the beats and feeds on music, the "Hamza Sharkas" is a musical-carnivore that uses guitars, piano and drums as his weapons of choice in hunting down and composing music, mainly for short movies, solo work and his other musical projects. The "Sharkas" also records, mixes and masters music. One of the goals of the "Sharkas" is to spread musical knowledge and music technology education as much as possible through workshops and online articles. Beware the "Sharkas"....for he won't shut up about music and will go on and on and on and on….