Delanila – Time Slips Away Song Review – Metalhead Community

Today we are featuring another promising alternative music artist; Delanila, from London, the UK. We have reviewed her fascinating debut; Time Slips Away, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Delanila is another promising cinematic experimental alternative music artist I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about three weeks ago with this song; Time Slips Away, off from her debut single with the same title, which was released on 2019. As I always do, I read about the artist a little bit before sharing my opinions with you. As you can also understand from her “unusually good sounding song”, she couldn’t be someone ordinary (musicwise). Giving a message like this to your listeners through your music is something extraordinary, and also admirable. Hands down. Believe me, you don’t see this happening very often, especially with upcoming artists.

Time Slips Away is an amazing song that immediately pulls the listener into its magical world with its musical and technical standards. I was blown away with the irresistible atmosphere when I heard of it for the first time. She considers herself to be a movie soundtrack composer and I think no other song could fit better to this statement, to be honest. Yes, it is quite pop-ish than we usually expect from movie soundtracks. However, don’t forget that the right energy and the ambiance are there, as well as this is just the debut.

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Time Slips Aways has also great technical standards. In fact, I have mixed feelings about the sound quality in general. I have added this song to my notes because of its amazing ambiance. However, there’s also one thing that I couldn’t understand. I have listened to the song from a few different sources just to be sure. Please correct me if I am wrong but I feel like there are some sound balancing issues in the song. Although I am super impressed by the production of the song, I can’t keep myself thinking about this problem.

Briefly, this is a magnificent piece of work, a piece of art. Delanila is making a difference with her ideas, sentences, her singing ability, and of course, her irresistible music style. These aren’t enough for me to call her “authentic”, yet she is showing enormous potential with this only one song. So when I take all these into account, I can say that I am well impressed by Delanila’s debut. She has everything she needs in order to become a respected movie soundtrack composer one day.

Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the artist, follow her on social media and subscribe to her channels to show your support and also not to miss any upcoming releases.

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In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate Delanila for her amazing job on; Time Slips Away, and wish her the very best in her future. Thanks for reading.

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London-born musical polymath Danielle Eva Schwob | Pearse MacIntyre (Emily Burns), Nick Semrad and Adam Agati (of Cory Henry’s Funk Apostles), Jim Orso (Escort), Aaron Steele and Jennifer Choi (John Zorn) | award-winning composer, multi-instrumentalist and producer who writes concert music, songs and film scores. | featured by Lincoln Center, BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn!, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philip Glass’s MATA Festival and more, earning honors from The Aaron Copland Fund, New Music USA, The American Composers Forum, ASCAP, CMNY and BMI