Enjoy the Essence of Synthpop Music with Morphoice's Latest Track 'Arcade'
January 16, 2021 at 02:48 AM EST
Emerging music producer and versatile artist Morphoice has come up with the latest single ‘Arcade’. The track churns out the flavors of sythwave and synthpop.
Heilbronn, Jan 15, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - A quirky yet impressive musical arrangement has united with stylish vocals in the latest single 'Arcade'. Music artist Morphoice has teamed up with Clint Alford to create this musical masterpiece. The artist has done an amazing job in blending the flavors from the past and future as well. Churning out the flavors of synthpop music the track offers the listeners a retro-futuristic soundscape that does not fail to engage them. Inspired by '80s disco-pop and synth music, the track feels strangely nostalgic yet brilliantly refreshing at the same time. The synth-soaked aura of the sound design envelops the listeners in a powerful moment of escapism.
Hailing from Heilbronn in Germany, the artist is versatile in nature. He is a music producer, a freelance composer, a photographer, and a sci-fi & fantasy author as well. The neon aesthetic of the futuristic world is represented with a hint of the retro-infused synthwave and dance music. Morphoice's tracks provide a perfect amalgamation of fantasies and reality. Some of the other tracks by this artist like, 'Strange Nights', 'Cara Keeps Running', 'Night Of The Dance', etc showcase the artist's talent, skill, and prolific musicianship. The tracks have been released under the production house of L-Tracks Records.
Paving is way through the music industry; the artist is at full throttle on his consistent musical journey. With a persistent musical career, the artist is looking forward to making more music like 'Arcade' in the coming days. Follow Morphoice on Facebook, Instagram, and Spotify to know more about his upcoming music and experimental works.
Plug into Spotify to listen to his music: https://open.spotify.com/track/6jMMVslDxnfpJm0tlIGkHS
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