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Sophis: Love or Deja Vu? (feat. Jacques Wilkens) – embraces instrumental eloquence and a genuinely joyous state of body and mind!

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Posted December 11, 2015 by Peter Burns in Dance

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Production
95%


Arrangement
90%


Songwriting
95%


Performance
95%


Appeal
95%


Total Score
94%


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Our Review

It truly looks as if the revival of electro and dance genres that embrace instrumental eloquence and a genuinely joyous state of body and mind is indeed going on strong in safe hands with artists like Sophis. Love or Deja Vu? (feat. Jacques Wilkens) definitely embraces the modern approach of orchestrated synthesizers over highly melodic […]

by Peter Burns
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It truly looks as if the revival of electro and dance genres that embrace instrumental eloquence and a genuinely joyous state of body and mind is indeed going on strong in safe hands with artists like Sophis. Love or Deja Vu? (feat. Jacques Wilkens) definitely embraces the modern approach of orchestrated synthesizers over highly melodic and grooving soundcapes. But the most impressive thing about the track is how it presents electro-pop as a truly multi-dimensional music. Stereotypically a lot of people like to think of it as either rhythmically limited or a novelty retro music.

Love or Deja Vu? (feat. Jacques Wilkens) by Sophis, showcases electro-pop as not only fun, but also makes it clear the music derives from very professional sources. And that Sophis intends to continue his musical journey with a serious bang here! He literally sprung up out of nowhere with this single hit single. Sophis has an undeniably smooth voice with a unique quality that makes him instantly likable. He doesn’t stray from his style while he definitely adds some tricks to his toolbox with this track.

This music in the beginning sounds like a space or galaxy themed music. I like the artist’s compressed voice because it complements the song’s melody and notes. I think this song would be a great dance song because it reminds me of the popular song, Uptown Funk. I think this song would be very successful in the dance music market.

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