Empowered by and beholden to the magic of the moment, Redox Envy lives to stoke that fire inside of every dreamer who may wonder when the next moment will arrive to unleash its magic.
The “Is it loud enough” begins with a deep 808 drum, that is very reminiscent to the rhythm of a heartbeat. I figure this was clever and intentional due to the name of the project: The Hearts EP.
The sound quality is phenomenal, far from the average or amateur indie rock album. Redox Envy puts a focus on their professionalism to separate themselves from other bands in their genre.
This group is Philly’s finest in song-crafting. The outcome is always a fantastic mix of pop, rock, and R&B. Lead vocals and harmony’s blended with the funky music breath a new life to the art form.
Redox Envy wants to give you their “Hearts”, but they may just end up stealing yours. Produced at Sine Studios (Motown, Bon Jovi) and mastered at Sterling Sound by Grammy-winning engineer Joe LaPorta (David Bowie, Foo Fighters, the Weeknd, Imagine Dragons), the “Hearts” EP features the kinds of killer hooks and lush atmospherics that seem to bypass your ears and go straight to your soul.
The whole track “Higher than real life” is a really nice change of pace. Especially the ending, where the singers hum in a melodious chant, as the music fades out to acapella.
The flawless integration of technology may conjure up breathtaking soundscapes, but it’s the tried and true fundamentals of infectious melodies, searing solos, and airtight rhythms that will electrify an audience. These boys bring it hard, and they bring it live.
Redox Envy delivers a dynamic and all-encompassing experience, that laptops and digital programming will simply never be able to replicate.
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