New ZETA video for Causeway

2018-02-21 by SitarHero | 14 Comments
UK-based Synthwave/Retrowave group ZETA - which features the talents of Dan Tompkins (TesseracT, White Moth Black Butterfly) and Paul Ortiz (Chimp Spanner) - have released a music video for the track "Causeway", off their 2017 self-titled debut album.



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bloc
February 20th 2018
51797 Comments


Dang I didn't know synthwave artists were earning enough bank to afford making music videos

Digging: Blahzay Blahzay - Blah Blah Blah

SitarHero
February 20th 2018
6945 Comments


Gunship has some great videos.

clavier
Contributing Reviewer
February 21st 2018
751 Comments


dan tompkins is probably an exception when it comes to budgets, but what would i know

edit: i think i'm letting my disappointment for tesseract bleed into places where it shouldn't really be

NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
February 21st 2018
8777 Comments


Someone mention Tesseyawn?

SitarHero
February 21st 2018
6945 Comments


HOW DARE YOU, ROB!

NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
February 21st 2018
8777 Comments


Couldn't help myself, how are you my old friend?

SitarHero
February 21st 2018
6945 Comments


Not too bad! For some reason, way more active on Sput than I've been in years. Congratulations on being a contrib...again. :]

Nomos
February 21st 2018
1737 Comments


ya u r man

Nomos
February 21st 2018
1737 Comments


Good record too, should relisten. Love the mixing.

SitarHero
February 21st 2018
6945 Comments


Unemployment will do that to ya.

I like the album but somehow I just don't feel Tompkins' vocals on it all that much. Maybe it's overexposure.

Nomos
February 21st 2018
1737 Comments


I did get some fatigue after listening to lots of Tesseract a few years ago at the same time I was first discovering Skyhabor, at the same time I was listening to Black Moth White Butterfly. Haha. I don't mind him on this actually. I think he fits it perfectly. But we have heard a lot of him lately.

SitarHero
February 22nd 2018
6945 Comments


His voice is too...warm...for synthwave? I mean, the vocals on most of the synthwave stuff I like is a little more detached and cold than his vocals generally are. Even with all the layering he does with his vocals it's still very warm and immediate.

clavier
Contributing Reviewer
February 22nd 2018
751 Comments


I totally get where you're coming from, Dan is prone to embellishments (works better on some albums than others)

SitarHero
February 22nd 2018
6945 Comments


Apparently ze gods have heard my prayers. They also just put out an instrumental version of the album.



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