Pronounced ‘Bryce’, this South-East London based producer has written and played for a number of artists and bands, picking up support from BBC Introducing, BBC 6 and Radio 1 along the way. But his more recent endeavors have involved creating his own sound.
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With a distinctive mix of guitar and other elements, alongside its backbone of electronic and contemporary production techniques, his new song ‘Thunder’ draws you right in with a creative melody. The perfectly written song combined with the electronic twist creates a great rhythm and a catchy summer anthem that you can’t help but love even after listening to it only once.
I personally can’t get enough of this song and have had it on repeat since I first heard it. If you don’t believe me, maybe the various other reviews will convince you…
“Thunder has a perfect summer-ready sound” – HillyDilly
“A supreme piece of indie dance” – Clash Magazine
”I dig the heck out of it” – Indie Shuffle
On top of that, ‘Thunder’ has already been made single of the week on Abbie McCarthy’s BBC Kent Introducing show.
This is one of the best songs that I’ve come across so far this year, and there isn’t a song I could recommend to you any stronger than this.
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