Panaviscope – Kiss Yourself to Death (Review)

Electro-pop artist Panaviscope shares new single β€œKiss Yourself to Death”. Signed to How Bad Pretty Bad, the swiss visual artist’s track was mixed by Yvan Bing (Gwen Stefani, Phil Collins, Wu-Tang Clan) and mastered by Mike Marsh (Daft Punk, The Chemical Brothers, Depeche Mode). Alex Duloz aka the man behind the mask brings a whole palette of colours within the new number. Inspired by the likes of Pink Floyd, Air, MGMT and Everything Everything, the aesthetic pop nature in the track is simply a journey through outer space. 

β€œKiss Yourself to Death” started as a quiet acoustic pop number before experimenting through the genres. Skimming across metal and even trap, the song found its true vision in the electronic pop world. Complimenting its way through a realm, the beautiful soundscape is eccentric as well as addictive. Not sure where it may turn to next, the number is unpredictable. Embracing a powerful rhythm, the psychedelic track takes Panaviscope’s discography up a whole other level.Β 

Score: 3.5/5


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