Music is My Radar Reviews Salt Ashes Performance From Her Album Launch
Birthday’s in London was home to the live performance by Salt Ashes, who celebrated the release of her debut self-titled album earlier this week. The music blog, Music is My Radar attended the groundbreaking performance and was anything but disappointed. The blog describes the performance as “swimming with plenty of electronic pop vibes,” and was impressed by the captivating electronic beats that pared perfectly with Salt Ashes sweet vocals. Music is My Radar moves through her whole energetic set list and comments on the impressive performance. Check out the live performance review below and make sure to head over to Music is My Radar for the full article.
Things kicked off with If You Let Me Go, the song itself was drenched with plenty of electronic beats and Veiga’s vocals were extremely sweet. Captivating me in the process this flawlessly delivered song reminded me of Chvrches. You can pretty easily dance to this delectable tune. Sober followed on and this was a right blinder, the infectious lyrics were infused to a luscious synth led melody. Packed with a punch, Sober left me utterly entranced everything about this was ever so stunning. My highlight had to be the dreamy chorus. Wilderness was a mesmerising tune which Veiga delivered to perfection. Along with compelling infectious lyrics I found this piece of electronica to be rather soothing. Along with the fast pace Wilderness easily had me moving on the spot. Chemical Rush was a song which left me spellbound. Resonating plenty of electronic pop vibes Chemical Rush was a funky number which had me moving on the spot.
Overall: This was one enjoyable evening. The genre of the music she performed was a mix between dance and electronic pop. It was a combination which worked well as the material performed left me engrossed. Every song oozed that special something. The melodies of each tune left me uplifted and I felt obliged to move along to the enticing beats.
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