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      Solar Fake
      "Reasons To Kill"

      Label: Synthetic Symphony (2013)
      "Reasons to kill" consists of 11 tracks featuring a wide range of electro music with driving beats and those unmistakable melodies that Solar Fake specialise in, sounding danceable and haunting without being blunt. Remaining true to their chosen path, the duo from Berlin neither repeat themselves nor become unfaithful to their own sound. Diversity has been a central theme ever since Solar Fake first arrived on the scene, so it?s not surprising that "Reasons to kill" features trance influences alongside dub step, industrial and EBM elements without falling prey to clichés. Songs such as "My Spaces" and "Face me" blend aggression and beauty as if it was the most normal thing in the world. Tracks like "I'd rather break" and "I hate you more than my life" turn into floorfillers in no time, just like the ingenious "Reset to default", which is already available as a free download and is well-known not only to Solar
      fake fans. Naturally, the album also features highly distorted sounds in the two violent industrial hits "My
      bleeding heart" and "When I bite". By contrast, "Reasons to kill" also includes two somewhat melancholy numbers: "Rise and fall" and the closing song "The pages", which develops from a noisy piano ballad into a danceable electro wave track.

    120/16

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