By David Peter Simon | December 20th, 2012
This is the newest song I have on autorepeat. I’m really into the captivating repetition of the “Show Me Love” lyrics — they’re a perfect high-pitch / low-pitch trade-off, and the beeps and bops pair well with the heartbreaking refrain. The synth swims along a selection of samples from The Notebook, and I won’t lie, I’m really digging it. Suits the song, in my opinion. And yes, kinda cheesy. But, then again, I’m a romantic. Sue me. Luckily, it’s not as terrible as having to sit through the entire film.
I found this track through YouTube. The top comment on the video was really elegant, so I’ll just leave it in the words of poster ‘rkasnake’…
“Winter is coming, and these tunes are appealing to me once again. What was once a bright sunny day, warmth and joy, turns into a gloomy, cold, and cozy days next to the fire. With this song, you give your deepest thoughts the chance to enlighten you. To make you a better person. To reflect on what’s to come. Great beginning of fall/winter.”
Profound, huh? Pi3 is Pavel Petrov, a Portugese producer. You can discover him on SoundCloud. Not much output lately, last track was three months ago, and this track was made a year ago. Still, a nice listen for your winter appeal.