The Dolls Are Good, Nadeem Akhtar's most recent musical endeavor is heavily influenced by British music from the 1990s. The musician is now refreshing our lives with the new song "126." The song has flawless pop aspects and is highly electric and retro.
The song includes excellent rhythm changes and sections that really demand your full attention. Up until a faster drum beat enters the mix, the song is kept moving by fast electronic rhythms and a strong base. There are also some bright, delicious, and striking tones in these instrumental beats. Up until the beat switches and we are welcomed with electronic pads that travel in your ears, the electronic pulses are really dazzling and gorgeous like crystals, and they genuinely add to the whole production.
The music picks up speed as more instrumentals are added. The pace never stops till the very end and never fails to get the listeners hyped.
With every flip and twist the song truly had an imprint on the listening experience; this song could be played anyplace at the gym, clubs, or even be utilized for an action movie soundtrack. "126" is an electronic delight that I couldn't get enough of.
Nadeem first became interested in music when he was very young. After making tunes using a simple sampler and tracker program, he realized that this was what he had always desired to do. And while attending university, he experienced every musical genre era the UK had, from Britpop to trip-hop to indie hip-hop; as a result, the musician began drawing more and more influence from these periods. The composer is here to produce music that suits all of our likes and styles, and with his latest musical project, The Dolls Are Good, he is using electronic repertoire genres and employing samples to create psychedelic nostalgia.
I almost immediately fell in love with this song, and I think it ought to be played everywhere. Few musicians can produce such a magnificent beat; nonetheless, the rhythm changes and switches were all expertly executed and didn't sound cheap or terrible. It's a pretty intriguing tune that is also quite energizing, so I certainly suggest adding it to your playlist right now. You should surely give "126" all the love by listening to it on Spotify and follow The Dolls Are Good to learn more about all their upcoming releases.