Posted on: March 3, 2019 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

Love X Stereo are back with their new track, Zero One. The track deftly navigates an 1980s synth-heavy style with pop influences. Emotive instrumentation pushes the vocals to an entirely higher level. The organic / electronic dichotomy is nice here, showcasing a different context than traditional compositions. Fans of Portishead and Massive Attack will find something impressive here, while those that dig Bjork or mid-1990s Madonna will absolutely love the voice that expertly weaves its way through Zero One. Love X Stereo has made their best track yet; the friendly front face of the composition hides some deep and nuanced instrumentation that will show itself through repeat plays.

We’ve previously covered the band’s 37A and 37B in 2018.

Love X Stereo – “Zero One” / SoundCloud / BandCamp /

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