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Eve Of Poison

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When you think of EDM you’re unlikely to immediately conjure up images of long shadows, rain-soaked streets and dark brooding characters but electro duo Eve Of Poison's first release, When You Scream, does just that. Combing a rock structure with EDM beats and echoes of the 80s synth scene, this is Dark Dance Music with meaningful lyrics and genuine musicianship. Welcome to a new world of hard-boiled dance music.

Though the beat and melody of When You Scream is uplifting, the subject matter of the track is something far deeper and darker. Telling the story of an abusive relationship from the woman’s perspective, it’s typical of Eve Of Poison's fusing of traditional dance elements with earthier themes and techniques. This includes the use of analogue synths to give hints of a sound which though based in the present, leans on the titanic electro sounds of the 1980’s. With the addition of a Steinway piano played by legendary 90’s pop-dance producer, Andy Whitmore, as well as a moody, film noir-esque video which marries perfectly with the song, this is dance music reinvented for an audience who want entertainment with feeling.  

                                                                                        Neon Music

"Uk electro-rock duo, Eve Of Poison, releases a layered debut synthesised to perfection".  

Electro-Mag

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Eve Of Poison are a duo with a crossover sound combining EDM and Rock. With its roots in the 80's synth sound, multi layered production, and the unique, nostalgic vocals of Izabella Clare,  the result is club beat  tracks delivered with power, intensity and melody. Songs with meaning and an uplifting delivery that are unique, but still commercial. They bring together their extensive experience in heavy melodic rock, with their love of sequencers and original analogue keys, to make you feel - while you dance. Songs with melodies that take up residence in your brain and curl themselves around your consciousness with or without invitation.

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