Panaviscope – Kiss Yourself to Death (Review)

Electro-pop artist Panaviscope shares new single “Kiss 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. 

“Kiss 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. 

Score: 3.5/5


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