Dissonance has an extremely somber approach towards a very normal style of
alternative electro pop. The lead vocalist exudes an almost diva like tonal
quality which seems drastically out of place in contrast to rest of the music.
While primarily an electronic band, the occasional guitar does seep into the
mix without detracting from overall mood of the track. As for the programming,
it is perhaps the most unique element of the band. There isn't a preset
anywhere on the tape, and yet it still has a very commercial air to it. My
only complaint is that the vocalist and the just don't mix well together. While
both are extremely talented on their own, the mesh of the two styles are simply
too much of a dialectic opposite. As a result the demo sounds very choppy in
places and doesn't seem to progress beyond anything more than ear candy.
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