One-Liners Reviews

One-Liners: Com Truise, Waveshaper, Savoir Adore, Drinker

This is going to be a quick One-Liners column this time, but don’t let that derail you. This quadrinity of songs is just what you need right now.

Com Truise – ‘Existence Schematic’

The maestro is back with a reconstructed vision that nevertheless maintains the soul of the inimitable Com Truise style on which we’ve come to rely. Pre-order the Persuasion System mini-album that comes out in May.

Waveshaper – ‘The Guardian’

A beautifully sensitive synth score cue for a romantic sci-fi film not yet made — from the Sweden-based composer of actual film scores. (Full album comes in May.)

Savoir Adore – ‘Body Heat’

Beautifully catchy magic from the Brooklyn-based synth-pop stars, released at a time when they’re on tour with the The Midnight. (I’ve seen Savoir Adore live, and it’s a fantastic experience. I can only imagine how much bliss is contained in a Savoir Adore-The Midnight combo.)

Drinker – ‘Holiday’

The Vehlinggo stalwarts have returned with an enticing hypnosis that shows them going further into the atmospheric and cinematic realm with which they’ve experimented in the past.

(Editor’s Note: As established in this post, the One-Liners column is a concise but meaningful way to highlight Vehlinggo-recommended releases. It’s not exactly weekly, but it can be. Check out the last one. And because I want to, I’ll ask you to please revisit this mix by Italians Do It Better artist Pink Gloves)