The profile page for s.c.mixer apologizes that he is “Not a musician but trying to make electronic music…”, an unnecessary bit of self-effacement in my opinion. 🙂
Leza2unes, a university student from the OK, counters with: “I am a singer songwriter enjoy and sing in variety of styles such as blues, folk, pop, pop rock, soul. I love dance tunes and would love to incorporate some medieval guitar and folk vocals into it. Or even a classic piano rave tune with soulful voice.”
Argentina’s s.c.mixter shares this new mix of Leza2unes’ vocals for Take you higher via the ccMixter website. Powerful singing, a thrumming bassline, and some rattling drum licks make this a Depeche Mode-like rock ballad for the summer. Best enjoyed with a mojito in the back garden.
Sad news from the Corpid Netlabel website:
“Dear fans of Lucky Misu, I’m sad to say that this could be the last Lucky Misu release ever. Both inspiration and time have run out. Hopefully there will be a comeback some day, but I wouldn’t count on it. Some plans have been made to produce music with other artist but only time will tell how that will work out. As a ‘Goodbye’ I teamed up with Argentinian artist Bleulel for a split/combo EP. Bleulel files were sent across the Atlantic for a Lucky Misu treatment and the result is this included in this release. It’s ironic, but this is by far the best Lucky Misu release… ”
This song reminds me of the Eno/Cale album Wrong Way up with its drum machines, blips, and tough but tight harmonies. We’ll miss you, Lucky Misu!