Star Goes Nova’s “Plutonium” is a hauntingly beautiful soundscape that takes listeners on a journey to a desolate, post-apocalyptic world. The single’s lo-fi, downtempo, and grime sound, which is reminiscent of Alon Mor, Grimes, and Glitch Mob, paints a vivid picture of a barren planet’s history and future.
The track is inspired by Attasalina’s desert photography and is the latest release from the multi-genre artist who is known for combining music with visual and performing arts.
The single starts with a slow, atmospheric piano melody that gradually builds in intensity as the song progresses, with deep bass and trap drums kicking in to give the track a gritty, raw edge. Star Goes Nova’s use of real instruments alongside electronica creates an otherworldly and transcendent sound that is sure to captivate fans of experimental music.
Star Goes Nova, also known as Christine Law, is an accomplished bassist who has worked with a variety of famous and lesser-known artists. Collaborations with Grammy winner John Baffa and platinum-selling songwriters Suzanne Paris and David Holster have resulted in fantastic pieces of music that showcase her talents.
“Plutonium” is a phenomenal example of Star Goes Nova’s ability to create worlds with music.
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