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Submitted by -Mezzo- 806d ago | review

Digital Trends - ‘Sound Shapes’ DLC review: The painful sweetness of the single

Digital Trends -Back in the day, it wasn’t easy waiting for new music from your favorites. That band, that DJ, that MC—the one that soothes the soul like no other. A brand new album is the only thing that could scratch that itch for new material, the venerable LP. Sometimes the wait was lengthy, and the pop musicians of the past fifty years have employed two regular stopgaps to tide fans over: The single and the remix. A single promises familiarity plus a b-side rarity in the old school 7-inch record tradition. The remix can be a look at fresh new material made more meaningful and potent thanks to the perspective of your (PS Vita, PS3, Sound Shapes) -

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