Axdy’s Stardom begins with booming bass and a delicate set of vocals playing well off of each other. With the vocals pulling double duty in both telling a story and adding to the overall harmonies of Stardom, it’s no surprise that the finished effort is impressive. There is a bit of brooding, a bit of intensity, and a whole heap of unique sound that issues forth shortly after. With nods to drum and bass, trance, and late 1990s electronic music, Axdy has made something that any EDM fan can sink their teeth into. Hints of 1980s and 1990s dance provide a retro air that sets this effort up on a pedestal when compared to similar fare.