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Anastasia Max – All Went Black [Review]

Anastasia Max – All Went Black [Review]

The young duo Anastasia Max reap new darkened heights with their debut single “All Went Black”.

Anastasia Max are two siblings whose styles compliment each other, and nowhere can this be made more clear than their debut single ‘All Went Black’. Singing live from the age of nine, Anastasia is no novice to the music scene. Now fifteen with her brother Maxamillion now 18, they have produced a track that far outweighs their respective ages. The track is an elegant fusion of Blues, Indie and garage that is delicately dark and sumptuous. The band draws upon influences from artists such as Ray Charles, Billie Holiday and the Kills. The track is marbled with art noir that keeps your attention and focus with emotive feelings of lost loves. If you enjoy the chocolate in the box that doesn’t like to conform with the rest and has a higher dark content, then this track is for you. Anastasia Max are definitively a duo that arc away from the usual and entice with this diverse track. It’s sheer velvet that glides through the ear, the perfectly pitched voice of Anastasia entwines in perfect sync with the guitar and drum back drop.

The track is shaped well around silky lyrics and draws emotions expertly with the flow and ebb of the track that almost feels like a heart beat.

 

Review by Matthew Waters

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