The composer of digital music known as Coding Candy has released his new EP album, “H3ll0 W0rld.” The album has been proudly published on the H3llo Records independent music label outside the control of the corporate music industry. Colorful, imaginative, full of groove and fit for casual listening or nightclub playlists alike, “H3ll0 W0rld” by Coding Candy is tasty music for fans of all genres.
Italy's Coding Candy cites as main artistic influences Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk, Pink Floyd, New Order, Nine Inch Nails, Massive Attack, Radiohead, Air, Aphex Twin, and the Cure. Of these, the artists associated with England's Bristol trip hop movement seem most similar to “H3ll0 W0rld.” Its dreamlike, ethereal qualities allow Coding Candy to be inventive in his songwriting, and songs often delight the listener with surprises.
Coding Candy describes his EP as a “soundtrack to your life. It can be a movie score, a background for yoga moments, a session when you're running with your iPod. Take 'H3ll0 W0rld,' put it in your personal playlists, in your ringtones – your own private OST. Wear it when you want to, where you feel like it, when it fits you.”
While this may sound trite, the truth is that Coding Candy's new record succeeds as background music to life far better than does most of the electronic music category. Part of this is its sparing use of vocals, part of it is its ambient overtones, and part is simply that Coding Candy has clearly orchestrated his record for the purpose. No song is obtrusive, no track jars the listener mid-album. “H3ll0 W0rld” is a smooth, danceable EP from beginning to end.
Coding Candy's electronica music has been in development since 2015, a change from the rock and metal music he played for more than 15 years. His “H3ll0 W0rld” EP has been described as “seven music pills of music inspired by movies, TV series, anime and novels, written to fit the conflict of emotions we live in our everyday life. Main influences are from pop, industrial, alternative, ambient, trip hop, dark and psychedelic genres.”
An official music video for the album's first single, “Rachael,” has also been released [link provided below].
“H3ll0 W0rld” by Coding Candy is available online worldwide beginning 10 June 2016. Get in early, electronica fans. Very early.
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“Rachael” official video –