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Listen To Ten Wall’s Debut Album ‘Queen’

Ten Walls has released his debut album and it contains twenty-four blissful tracks.

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The world surrounding Ten Walls is still a mixed one. Many have accepted his apologies for his actions, while others still hold a grudge. The Lithuanian artist has now released his debut album, and it brings together some blissful electronic music mixed in with those Progressive House sounds. ‘Queen‘ is a masterpiece.

Ten Walls has been touring over the last while and testing out the material which appears on his album. And by the looks of things, it seems to have went down quite well. The album has been teased via the shows, but also appearing on his social media. Listening to ‘Queen’, the tracks all have a common nature, but the range of instruments and the sounds which the producer and artist has included within the tracks is phenomenal.

‘Rhapsody’ kicks off ‘Queen’ and it sets the tone for what lays ahead. The quietness creates a real edgy atmosphere, with intricate melodies flowing through the track. It creates an eeriness, but the sounds which have been used is just quality. This continues through tracks like ‘Resurrection’, ‘1983’ and ‘Adi’, with the latter showcasing the range of instruments Ten Walls uses within the album.’When Muses Return’ is another stand out track, with the Middle Eastern vibe coming through, while it also has that Alternative Rock aspect to it, just a real fusion of sounds and instruments, it’s is hard to take in.

‘Age Well’ is another track which I have been drawn too, featuring vocals from Jonatan Backelie and this blend of the deep bass line, the cool guitar chords, the synths and Jonatan’s vocals is just mind blowing, really quality stuff. Make sure you also check out ‘Italo’, ‘Observing’ and ‘Chains & Shackles’, all great tracks which feature on ‘Queen’.

You can download your copy of ‘Queen’ here.

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Queen.

The world surrounding Ten Walls is still a mixed one. Many have accepted his apologies for his actions, while others still hold a grudge. The Lithuanian artist has now released his debut album, and it brings together some blissful electronic music mixed in with those Progressive House sounds. ‘Queen‘ is a masterpiece.

Ten Walls has been touring over the last while and testing out the material which appears on his album. And by the looks of things, it seems to have went down quite well. The album has been teased via the shows, but also appearing on his social media. Listening to ‘Queen’, the tracks all have a common nature, but the range of instruments and the sounds which the producer and artist has included within the tracks is phenomenal.

Queen.

‘Rhapsody’ kicks off ‘Queen’ and it sets the tone for what lays ahead. The quietness creates a real edgy atmosphere, with intricate melodies flowing through the track. It creates an eeriness, but the sounds which have been used is just quality. This continues through tracks like ‘Resurrection’, ‘1983’ and ‘Adi’, with the latter showcasing the range of instruments Ten Walls uses within the album.’When Muses Return’ is another stand out track, with the Middle Eastern vibe coming through, while it also has that Alternative Rock aspect to it, just a real fusion of sounds and instruments, it’s is hard to take in.

‘Age Well’ is another track which I have been drawn too, featuring vocals from Jonatan Backelie and this blend of the deep bass line, the cool guitar chords, the synths and Jonatan’s vocals is just mind blowing, really quality stuff. Make sure you also check out ‘Italo’, ‘Observing’ and ‘Chains & Shackles’, all great tracks which feature on ‘Queen’.

You can download your copy of ‘Queen’ here.

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