Oh Mic! – The Machine Song Review – Metalhead Community

Today we are featuring another promising indie rock artist; Oh Mic!, from Montreal, Canada. We have reviewed their meaningful song; The Machine, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Oh Mic! is another important name, an impressive indie rock artist I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about three weeks ago with this very song; The Machine, off from their single release with the same title, which was released on 2019. Oh Mic! is one of the very few names that caught my full attention and earned my respect with his the artistic value of his exceptional piece of work. Amazing job. I didn’t only pick him just because of his music, but for everything about it.

As I have also mentioned on some of my previous articles that, making an impact is all about the first impression, the first experience, just like on this example. First of all, I would like to congratulate every single soul who has taken part in the planning of this amazing work. Exceptional job, truly. After watching the video, I immediately told a few of my artist friends about it. This music video, in my book, is a top class and also a very artistic job with a very limited budget.

On the other hand, Oh Mic! has creative ideas, decisions, and elements in this composition. There are many ups and downs, and changes which are a part of the plan, his way of telling the actual story behind it. He has successfully reflected his feelings in his music and this is also one of the great things that he is making a difference with, in my opinion. There are very few people out there who could have achieved something like this, creating an irresistible impact with the music and the visuals together. This is where he becomes unique and a great example for everybody who’d like to make a difference in their own field.

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Musically, The Machine is kind of easy going, moody and catchy song with its melodies. I don’t know why but it reminded me of the golden era of Depeche Mode with its mood, vibe, understanding of music and with its artistic look.

On the other hand, The Machine also has a specific taste, well-produced sound quality. It successfully reflects its moody and depressive energy, channels this feeling to the listener, which I believe the most important thing in any kind of art. Whenever all these important factors meet each other at this level, the result becomes invincible, just like on this example.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am well-impressed and also influenced by Oh Mic!’s artistic potential and professionalism. He is showing huge potential with this work and earned a top mark from the Metalhead Community Team. I believe that The Machine is kind of a release that will make Oh Mic! proud all his life.

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

STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR THOSE WHO ARE LOOKING FOR NEW INSPIRATIONS!

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In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate Oh Mic! for their phenomenal job on; The Machine, and wish them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.

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Jiminy Cricket, Skynet, Doc Brown, Master Splinter | Montreal-born singer, multi-instrumentalist, producer, writer, and consummate creative Oh Mic! | Think Weezer and Max Martin joining forces to score a James Cameron-helmed musical | musical Valhalla  | meta-sci-fi-space-punk-adventure | blink-182, Green Day, and Caddyshack to The Beatles, Backstreet Boys, and Terminator 2: Judgment Day | Mad Men-style | I Come Back Around To You | 100K Spotify streams, 72K YouTube views, and 29K Soundcloud plays  | one-two punch of sugarcoated pop choruses, punk-y grit, and alternative | The video channels this Quentin Tarantino Hong Kong Kung Fu vibe |