Update: The Adam Ross-directed visuals for OnCue’s Way Too Far single has been added.
Don’t get me wrong; I am all for free music, but I also believe that if an artist inspires you, you should reward their hard work with your hard-earned dollars. Keep that in mind when you listen to Way Too Far, the latest song release off OnCue’s Angry Young Man album, which will be available for free download and digital purchase later this fall. Setting the stage on this fiery, potent jam is a cascading beat by Maki & Frequency, who blend a collection of synths, drums and subtle bells and whistles to create a powerful, ambient arrangement. Atop the beat, OnCue exhibits a passionate, resonant flow, in addition to belting out the record’s hook. While you wait for Angry Young Man, be sure to check out his last Booth feature, visuals for September’s Cereal.
Written by Lucas G. on 09/17/14
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