Untitled Art is electronic music’s growing phenomena. Comprised of group members David Hugh Sempier and James Linton, Untitled Art takes pride in making each record a soul-engulfing experience. Philly To Long Branch (Part 2) is a perfect example of Untitled Art’s inventiveness and musical philosophy at work.
Released in early 2018, Philly To Long Branch (Part 2) generated over 30,000 views on YouTube and 6 million plus listens on SoundCloud within its first thirty days on the digital marketplace. Philly To Long Beach (Part 2) comes with a concept video that does an excellent job of capturing the song’s energy. Philly To Long Beach (Part 2) is a vibrant tune that successfully dances on the court of several genres without compromising its roots in electronic music.
Philly To Long Branch (Part 2) has a huge sound that invites listeners to catch a glimpse of another world. An intense drum pattern coupled with some amazing keyboarding provide the perfect pattern for Untitled Art’s musical theories to take form. The track’s instrumentation can best be described as electro-punk. The vocals on the Philly To Long Branch (Part 2) are fitting and ride with the rhythm for the moment and speak about the regrets of having fun. The video behind Philly To Long Branch (Part 2) is quite entertaining with its psychedelic landscapes merged into a collage of sound, something memorable indeed.
Untitled Art’s musical ingenuity continues to shine forth in their newest record A Fighter’s Heart Part 2. Originally released on May 1st, 2018, A Fighter’s Heart Part 2 is a high-energy electronic dance track that is free-spirited and well produced. A Fighter’s Heart Part 2 is a charming composition. Musically, the song is quite colorful with its bag of bright keyboard riffs, drum programming, special effects, and synth sounds. The track’s structure and energy are uniquely formatted and very warm in its approach.
A Fighter’s Heart Part 2 also comes with an enchanting YouTube video. The music for the video is a slightly different version of A Fighter’s Heart Part 2 that features a little bit more voice. I found this to be an impressive feature of Untitled Art’s desire to keep the lines of communication open between themselves and their audience. Of course, a video experience is different than just listening to music. Untitled Art seeks to accommodate their fans by offering a version of A Fighter’s Heart Part 2 for each encounter.
Overall, Untitled Art has a signature style and a delightful sound. Their talent is exceptional in the concepts with a memorable presentation, as seen in the tracks reviewed. What’s even greater is that Untitled Art’s music brings inspiration and hope into our lives. Life in the modern world is all about letting our fighter’s heart lead the way across the horizon. Shine on!