DJ Ace's Review: Young as the Morning, Old as the Sea

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Riding the waves of the internet, Reddit's raving EDM community has been buzzing about Passenger's Young as the Morning, Old as the Sea. As a beat maker, I had to check it out. The album channels the essence of electronica, carrying you on a journey through acoustic and electronic songs. It's perfect for producers and musicians alike who want to explore the possibilities of electronic soundscapes and acoustic folk sounds.

The first track, "Everything," has a catchy beat that sticks in your head. It's the kind of song that you'll find yourself humming throughout the day. "Beautiful Birds," featuring Birdy, is a gem that showcases the perfect blend of acoustic guitar and electronic beats. I found myself transported to the beach, listening to the waves, and watching the birds fly overhead. The title track, "Young as the Morning, Old as the Sea," is another standout with its soothing piano melody and Passenger's vocals.

The album is a pro at creator's dream, making your own beats has never been easier with this album. It has a mix of electronic and acoustic sounds that are perfect for sampling and experimenting. Plus, with the song keyfinder and music sheet creator, you can easily create your beats and music without breaking a sweat.

The downside? The Long Road has the same melody over and over again. While the vocals and lyrics are beautiful, the repetitive melody can become dull after a while.

In conclusion, Passenger's Young as the Morning, Old as the Sea is a must-have for those who are looking to blend the organic sounds of acoustic folk with the groovy beats of electronica. It's perfect for music recording studios near me that are looking to create music videos that showcase the best of both worlds. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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