Lemondoza solidifies our love for wave music with her newest track, “Hellwave.” This release rounds out the Memories album, which features an array of sounds that Lemondoza has seamlessly perfected.
If you’re not riding the Lemondoza wave, you’re missing out.
The Denver-based producer has an ever-changing sound that molds perfectly with her current tastes and moods. She hones in on every new stage of her project and becomes an expert. Her latest album Memories highlights her mastery of DNB, dubstep, disco, wave, and everything in between.
Track “Hellwave” is the third song off my Memories album. Collaboration with the artist Lousy Anna. It is a wave track with all original sound design and vocals. I am singing in Russian on that one about a toxic relationship. All of the arrangement and sound design is heavily inspired by 80s music, Russian pop, and wave neuro music. Hope to take people on a journey to the past.Lemondoza on her newest single
“Hellwave” comes crashing in with lustrous vocals accompanied by subby rumbles that stay consistent throughout. With help from Lousy Anna, another queen of Denver’s electronic scene, these two create an eccentric track with lots of complex, fully thought-out sounds. “Hellwave” is a one-of-a-kind immersive sound experience you won’t want to miss.
If you’re digging the sound of “Hellwave,” which there’s no way you won’t be, then check out the full Memories album from Lemondoza.
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