The Strains of Contemporary EDM is Exemplified in Pascal Dechmann's New Song 'Your Eyes'
January 15, 2021 at 03:01 AM EST
Music composer and producer Pascal Dechmann’s new song, ‘Your Eyes’ with artist Sonna Rele is a transcending verse into the scope of modern-day EDM styles.
Esch-Alzette, Jan 15, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - The contemporary styles of electronic dance music are being produced through some of the most intense modular streams out there by Pascal Dechmann. The artist's prolific methods have paved the way for a resonating scope of modern-day musical tales. The composer and producer recently came out with the song, 'Your Eyes' in creative co0llaboration with fellow artist Sonna Rele. She is the lyricist and singer of the song who has fused her creative initials to the beautiful production arrangements made by the composer. The song is a lyrical progression set in an unworldly rhythmic scope that puts together the sound of electronic dance music in the most blissful way.
The artist's connection with music and its natural evolution has led to a soundscape that defines modern styles. The song, 'Your Eyes' beautifully engages the audience into a creative amalgam of production and lyrical skills. Sonna is extremely professional in her artistic virtue as she lends her spontaneous voice to the structure of the song. The artist will be collaborating with her for five more singles in 2021 with another cover song in their plan for their upcoming releases.
Music producer Pascal Dechmann is gradually expanding his creative goals with new releases. His other single, 'Mirror' also reflects his wisdom and vision regarding his artistic goals. With time, sound dynamics have also changed and he is efficient in bringing the new flavor of electronic music to the mainstream. Experience the oscillating effects of electronic tonal qualities and thematic lyrics by following his work on Spotify and Instagram right away.
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