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After their self-titled debut EP, Nightlife fans didn’t have to wait long for a new album. Released last October 2011, the musical duo offers Radio, a collection of six glowing synthpop tracks.

Meeting in early 2010 at a Michigan show house, Caroline Myrick and Darin Rajabian shared a mutual love for dance and pop-music. The duo soon produced songs that blended Caroline’s soft vocals with Darin’s classic electro tracks.

On the Run is a great musical genesis for the album. From heavy drum beats and the plethora of instrumentation that follows, this song will surely take your ears back to the disco-infused era.

A personal favorite, Radio follows up with infectious tunes and playful key-arrangement. Caroline’s sweet voice takes the front row on this track. With ambient harmonies played on the background, this is definitely a must-hear.

Nineties paints a psychedelic musical soundscape with thick synths and arena-sized dream pop elements. It evokes an edgy ethereal vibe perfect for chilling out.

The duo’s abilities are maximized in their closing track Drive. This piece, maintains a pop sensibility while incorporating a higher dose of electro tunes.

Radio showcases some truly great music, I will not be surprised if Nightlife makes it big in the near future. The collaboration of the two artists flawlessly create tracks that are essential to any music lover.


Related Links:
Nightlife’s Official Website
Nightlife on Bandcamp
Nightlife on Facebook
Nightlife on YouTube