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Implanted Memories is The Blue Book Project’s Ep

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured artist is The Blue Book Project and his Ep Implanted Memories.

Implanted Memories is The Blue Book Project’s Ep

I was very fascinated by the music proposed by this artist.

The fact that the ’80s inspire these songs reminded me of Carpenter’s movie soundtracks.

Twilight atmospheres accompanied by grooves that make you feel on a dance floor like Tony Manero’s in Saturday night fever.

After the success of Stranger Things and Kate Bush, the music inspired by those years is once again achieving great success.

This is why the artistic vision of The Blue Book Project will bring him much luck.

The construction of the songs is impeccable and the production is good. I really liked the vintage sounds and harmonic nuances which are very well thought out.

Implanted Memories is a nice EP that I recommend everyone to go and listen to.

Implanted Memories is The Blue Book Project’s Ep Out Now!

Vintage and Intense!

Implanted Memories is The Blue Book Project’s Ep

Implanted Memories is the new EP by The Blue Book Project, an Italian synthpop/synthwave artist who recently started his own music production. The new EP, strongly inspired by the classic 80s sounds of synth music and science fiction movies of that period, has as its main theme traveling back in time through implanted memories represented by individual songs.

The lyrics also contain the artist’s personal reflections on his own era and the negative effects of living a life too “virtual”. All this is accompanied by the sweet and melodic sounds of synths and more powerful and aggressive guitars.

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