Omega by Sasha Bonn: Review
Synth-pop musician Sasha Bonn creates cosmic tracks that will surely put you on a celestial voyage across space and time. “Omega” is an electropop love song with a hint of house music that he released. He has developed a taste for Roland synthesizers in recent years, and those instruments feature prominently in this track. He included the Jupiter-8 and Juno-106, two of the most recognizable vintage synthesizers, in the hopes that you would feel transported back to the ’80s. Bonn composed soundtracks for short films in addition to playing in bands and recording songs that were heard on college radio.
“Omega” is a frenzy of synthesizers colliding and drum tracks intertwining to form a poptastic sequence. Everything about this track emits an aura of synth-wave and cyberpunk. I truly admire retro-style music and the compositions that artists ensure. The movement of synthesizer-based melodies seems to have made a comeback in both contemporary music and in film. Thus, Bonn has truly sparkled in his track “Omega”. The upbeat sequences, powered by keyboard pieces, atmospheric space-like noises, and Bonn’s vocals, made listening to the track quite soothing indeed.
The beat structure of “Omega” is rhythmic and catchy. The time signatures are on point and it blends beautifully with the overall musical accompaniment. One amazing attribute was the frequency of the synthesizer effects that sounded like an orchestra. All in all, a true vibin’ track indeed!
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Review by: Damien Reid