X-Sonic | Synthetic Heart

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Synthetic Heart

by X-Sonic

Upbeat, dance-oriented synthpop with an 80s vibe.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Crazy Over You
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2. Right Into Your Hands
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3. Down For The Count
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4. After The Night Falls
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5. Disconnected
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6. The Way You Do (The Things You Do)
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7. Into The Blue Sky
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8. Whatcha Gonna Do?
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9. Straight For The Heart
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10. Let\'s Run Away
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11. Fade To Blue
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12. Spinning Around
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
X-Sonic is a one-man studio project that started in 2006 with the resurrection of an old early-80s vintage Korg analog synthesizer. It initially revolved around just creating cover versions of 80s songs for my own personal amusement and gradually evolved into the creation of a complete digital recording studio for the purpose of recording my own 80s-influenced synthpop compositions.


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Trent C. and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Refreshing Wave of 80's Synthpop Meets Modern Day Electronica
"Synthetic Heart" by X-Sonic is refreshing wave of 80's synthpop meets modern day electronica. The production of each track is progressive and provides solid and extremely danceable beats. The melodies coupled with the lyrics keep the listener in a kaleidoscope of romance, escape, and a night out all at once. This CD is definitely one that has the potential of being pumped in downtown nightclubs to get everyone out on the dancefloor. "Crazy Over You", the opening track really sets the tone of creativity and originality with a familiarity and a classic feel that can be heard throughout this record. Toward the end, "Fade to Blue" cools it down with a smooth ballad sound while still keeping the synthetic effects strong. Older fans of Dead or Alive as well as younger fans of Justice can thoroughly enjoy this up and coming band out of Tennessee.

D9 of soundtrainmusic.com & TuneWyze

X-Sonic Keeps 80's Synth Around
X-Sonic’s first album “Synthetic Heart” is a perfect continuation of early synth-pop today. In some tracks, like “Let’s Run Away”, I can re-imagine myself in that club in the basement of some city, bunch of people dancing in black gear, maybe some spiked hair then when the sun came up we all dispersed for breakfast and sleep. With “Straight For the Heart” there’s a love ballad reminiscent of some moments with girls I can not mention. “After the Night Falls” is another cool track that’s got some stabs that I want to hear more of.

Compare this guy to Pet Shop Boys, Erasure, OMD. No, don’t compare him to them; put him in THAT category. As I mentioned earlier, X-Sonic is a continuation of the genre. The writing style, the sound and any other aspect of it you can imagine is spot on.

Personally, I’m excitedly glad this is here and new. I want to be the first to tell my old friends from that time about this one.