Luís Raúl Ramírez sets out a modern electronic, emo-girl ethos; a banner that has just released the EP, ‘survival guide for empaths’. Its stylistic nuances stretch across time. You’ll see a whole lot of retro references that are molded with innovative design and contemporary freedom. ABBA-like classical pop floating into cultures of artists like Billie Eilish, Lorde, and Melanie Martinez. You’ll spot some Daft Punk, some disco, and lowkey funk pop. There’s also a deliberate sci-fi intention that parades into the soundscapes; latching on to the progressive structures to create a unique musical stature. 

Taken from this collection is the track, ‘Golden Fire’. Introducing the EP, it is dark, experimental, and groovy. Glowing with synth walls, it is infiltrated by asymmetrical sonics. Like intrusive thoughts, it swirls into normalcy until it corrupts it with its warping darkness. The artists use a lot of ambivalent elements and undefined accessories; introducing it to observe its effect on the soundscape. In this, their love for exploration and experiment reveals itself. The beats carry these results to the next bedazzled curve, nicely riding both a conceptual and visual high. Listen Now! 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to ‘Golden Fire’ by LUÍS RAÚL RAMÍREZ, Anabell J, and Lola Samartino here –