Satellites by EMA

“The Future’s Void” leads off with this track, and you can feel the paranoia within it the way some of the sounds are used. These noises are complemented by a nice piano line which takes some of the coldness away, but doesn’t eliminate it. The looped hand claps act as a kind of metronome as well. Then just about two minutes in, much bigger drums are introduced and the track picks up the intensity, along with some of the paranoia with the electronic sounds. EMA does a nice job with her vocals on this track as well, matching the intensity of the music. This song is a great way to kick off her album and introduce the themes spanning throughout.

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