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Brooklyn-based electro ensemble Midnight Magic is set to electrify the dancefloor this Fall.
Their latest release, I Gotta Feeling is a groovy and dynamic electro standard, comprised of cascading horns, hypnotizing bass, and tremendous sex appeal. Midnight Magic knows just how to get us moving.
Tiffany Roth's salacious vocals allure listeners into a delightful hysteria. Backed by an exceptional collective of seasoned musicians the group produces an immersive and prolific sound that dazzles critics and audiences alike. As passion begins to take hold, the group discusses the delirium that arises when the rhythm becomes too intoxicating to bear. I Gotta Feeling will be featured on their highly-anticipated album, Free From Your Spell due out later this year.
Just a hint of what is to come, Midnight Magic has us on the edge of our seats.
Fall of 2016 sees Midnight Magic ready to enchant us once more with the much-anticipated birth of their 2nd studio album, the wondrously eclectic Free From Your Spell. Going back to their roots in Los Angeles, Morgan Wiley, and Tiffany Roth, alongside the rest of the boogie nonet, have prepared a refined feast of genre-bending songs.
The ever so diverse moods of Free From Your Spell make it a seductive journey. With each song mixed seamlessly into the next, the record coalesces into one long disco odyssey, reminiscing Giorgio Moroder and Donna Summer’s concept albums Four Seasons of Love and A Love Trilogy . Moods, genres, and styles intertwine like an aural kaleidoscope, the album electrifying with its striking harmony. Whilst exuberantly borrowing from past decades, Free From Your Spell more than holds its own as a self-assured, innovative body of work.
Midnight Magic’s Free From Your Spell is an offer one can’t refuse. An attractive deal in the form of disco escapism, travelling through its various shades, emotions, and incarnations, a comprehensive revival of the genre for modern ears. It’s Studio 54, It’s Moroder, Amanda Lear, Gino Soccio, and Grace Jones. It’s a whole palette of 1980’s R'n'B and cosmic funk. Despite all the music references of past eras Free From Your Spell is very much a current album, a mature demonstration of genuine skills in songwriting, a multi-instrumental banquet of sounds, a coherent collection of ambitious dance tracks and a beautiful celebration of eclecticism. Add to this some of Tiffany Roth’s most memorable vocals to date and you arrive at one of the year’s most exciting releases. There is a strong reason for both “midnight” and “magic” in the name of the band after all.