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Delirious featured in Elicit music magazine


Lovely indie gentlemen from Aalborg, Denmark had their new alternative indie-pop single reviewed in Elicit Music Magazine.

Some love it and some not so much when the vocals gets this distorted - it sounds great, it gives the whole track attitude - it's not so distorted your ears will bleed, so no need to worry in case you're part of the latter group - there's plenty of sunshine for all of us.



This is the second single release from the Danish band and it takes a slightly different road - still staying on track with their style and genre however.

The magazine writes "....something that helped Aztek make “Delirious” not only sound but also feel like a real summer piece, while staying true to their vision, with groovy bass guitar and a catchy melody on top."

The studio took care of the mixing on this song.


Here's the link - have a read and a listen: http://www.elicitmagazine.com/aztek-delirious/?fbclid=IwAR1JmoA5HPxM7a4nAs8qSC9FM6NXbGJsx3OxZxZ4WjByk3AFNh4cUazZiRY


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Indie-drengene fra Aalborg, Danmark, fik deres nye alternative indie-pop single omtalt i Elicit Music Magazine.

Nogle elsker det, og andre hater på det, når vokalen bliver så forvrænget - i sidste ende giver det dog hele sangen masser af kant og attitude.


Dette er den anden singleudgivelse fra det danske band, og tager en lidt anden vej - men forbliver stadig på sporet med deres stil og genre.

Musik magasinet skriver ".... noget, der hjalp Aztek med at få" Delirious "ikke kun til at lyde godt, men også føles som en rigtig sommer sang, mens de holder linien og er tro mod deres vision, med groovy bas elementer og en iørefaldende melodi på toppen."

De var ikke i studiet for at indspille dette nummer, men fik det dog mixet og mastereret dels hos Tapetown og ET Mastering på Lydhavnen.

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