Music Reviews

Banabila

VoizNoiz 2 – Urban Sound Scapes

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Considering you can give a whole group of people a fancy recording studio, tons of personal attention and pampering and they create audible crap, artists such as Banabila are all the more wonderful. His sophomore release in the Urban Sound Scapes series, Banabila recorded VoizNoiz 2 completely in his home studio. Mainly, sounds are used to create “words” of sound that speak in the language in which we hear. There is a world flavor, a little “trip-hop” label floating around, and one visionary artist behind every moving track. Creepy, loungy, jazzy, sexy, mysterious, fun, and artsy, this is for anyone who’s bored with their current musical interests. This album makes you open so many musical doors. A few standout tracks: “Heavy Gravity,” the bouncy, tribal “U Beat,” sporadic “Speak,” and “To The Angels.” Learn a new language with Banabila, the language of sound.

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