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The Unintended Consequences of TimeTravel is MDK FLA’s Album

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Matthew Cobis aka MDK FLA in the past but this artist is back with an album and I want to share my opinion about it.

The Unintended Consequences of TimeTravel is MDK FLA’s Album

In this album, you can see the artistic range of this artist.

The eclecticism of MDK FLA leaves you speechless. An artist who is inspired by many genres and who has decided to enclose them all in one album.

Rock, Pop, Edm, and Metal coexist in this melting pot of musical genres. The thing that amazes me most about this work is the concept behind it. The Unintended Consequences of TimeTravel is a hymn to music, an example of pure creative expression.

The title couldn’t be more apt, this album in fact introduces you to different musical universes.

MDK FLA takes you into one world and then catapults you to another place. It’s up to you to be open-minded and let yourself go with the flow.

It’s the first time I’ve heard such a varied album. Perhaps the only comparison I can think of is Show Us Your Hits by the Bloodhound Gang.

Go and listen to The Unintended Consequences of TimeTravel you will be inspired!

The Unintended Consequences of TimeTravel is MDK FLA‘s Album Out Now!


The Unintended Consequences of TimeTravel is MDK FLA’s Album

You Better Run- A straight up EDM song. I wanted to make this album more accessible so I had to get all the weirdness out of the way first. 2) Triple Threat- I like this song. Starts off with smoky, seductive vocals and ends up with upbeat, driven guitars. 3) Revelation – Hip Hop. I think the bassline really stands out on this one. 4) Beacon – Pure pop. Echo-y guitars deep, interesting bassline, beautiful vocals. 5) The Witches of Arafel – Something different for sure. The bassline in unique. 6) True Accord – Pop Rock to hip/pop. The guitars during the second half are warm and soothing despite the distortion. 7)Short Shrift – A bluesy song with a fun solo 8)Sell Out. – Glitchy Classical to EDM to hip/hop. Great basslines throughout. 9) Resonate – A warm instrumental jam. The song wraps you in a kind of psychedelic blanket 10) Traversing the Ether – Sitars, organs and chanting. What’s not to love?

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