News Reviews 11/06/2018

The New Occupants (Ft. Mr. MooQ) - "Be Careful What You Listen To"

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Is there any song like itself is a bold and straight-forward musical advocacy, advising the audience about the addictive powers of music?

Sure there is, and it is "Be Careful What You Listen To", the recently launched single of The New Occupants. This single is a part of their album, 'Halloween Is Melting', a collection of all the new songs of the band, but remixed by Mr. MooQ or Chuck Zwicky. The soundtrack is brilliant; with the wild and bold robotic sound, outstanding lyrics and spoken-word performance, it almost bursts all the seams.

The title of the song is kind of an advisory statement, asserting the audience before they press the play button, they should be alert and careful about the addictive tone of the song. It seems like as if the title is a killer warning about the music's unleashing power to form addictions in the ears of the listener. Mr. MooQ took this particular soundtrack in his own hands and mixed it with his unique and matchless styling, resulting in a total maddening song.

With the blustering energy, and colorful, flawless sound, bouncing around, here and there, "Be Careful What You Listen To" is a brilliant and straightforward soundtrack, staring at the audience with an impressive look. The cool yet bold electro groove, combining with vibrant personality on the mic, and the brilliantly spoken-word, stand out against the greatest rivals out there. The audience's mind would certainly get caught between the mechanical-driven electro vibe and chant-like outstanding chorus. Once you play the song, with a straight-up appeal, the captivating, and dynamic sound will never stop from coming and jolting your brain.

The musical craftsmanship of "Be Careful What You Listen To" is a killer indeed, not only with the lively shifting but it is astounding to listen how the bombastic energy is making the room for the powerful vocal and thoughtful lyrics to come. The melody, vocal, instrumental, all fall into perfect places, not a second before or after, and this makes the song so great.

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The electric and magnetic power of the music has the potential to consume both the mind and soul of the audience, swaddling them tightly with its melodic threads.Even if the listener turns off the player, the music will be in his minds for days, forcing him to turn the player again. It is doubtful, whether the listener will be able to get out of the swaddle ever again or get lost themselves in the melodic realm of The New Occupants. Whatever it is, the musical brilliance of "Be Careful What You Listen To" is undeniable.

There is hardly any soundtrack with such a ranting energy and mesmerizing electronic groove, throwing words in a thoughtful way to a meaningful direction. The excellence is not there only in the soundtrack; the video of the track is also a piece of thoughtful artistry.

Overall, "Be Careful What You Listen To" is an amazing piece of creativity, a blasting remix from Mr. MooQ and the New Occupants.

9.8/10 Stars

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