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Gorgon City – Sirens (Album Review)

Kono Vidovic October 6, 2014 125


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Gorgon City – Sirens

It’s out and we love it! Gorgon City’s Debut Album Sirens. We have been loving Gorgon City from the very beginning, when North London based producers Kye Gibbon A.K.A. Foamo and Matt Robson Scott A.K.A. Rack N Ruin started to collaborate on music in early 2012. With a few releases and not to long after that their break came exactly one year later in February 2013 when they released their Real E.P. The bass heavy driven track with the vocals of British songwriter and DJ Yasmin Shahmir, this release became a little hit single in the U.K . After that they got supported by Clean Bandit on their Intentions track, and in the end of that year they toured the U.S. and supported Rudimental on their Australian Dates.

January 2014 their success really grew because of their top U.K. top 5 hit: Ready For Your Love with featured vocals from MNEK, who also succeeded not to long after that.

Now we are here in October 2014 and they are releasing their debut album Gorgon City – Sirens.
A 13 track album with a lot of tracks we already know like, Real, Ready For Your Love, Imagination Ft Katy Menditta, and the recently released here for you ft Laura Welsh. There are also a few new tracks which we definitely love on it, every track on the album is a collaboration with another singer / that’s about enough reason to check the whole debut album out. Check it out here down below.

Gorgon City – Sirens

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