Alex Messina is back with a brand new track titled ‘The Light After Dark’. The Italian producer has culminated all of his childhood influences and idols such as Depeche Mode, Moby and Enigma and has used them to create this fresh take on an unmistakable 80’s sound. Alex has developed a very catchy synth heavy melody with a subtle funky groove sitting underneath.
As the music progresses, Alex introduces a new type of synth melody that has a vocal imitation feel to it, making it an interesting listen. The dramatic cut out of instrumentation midway through leads to the rising of atmosphere before returning back to its original groove. To add the cherry on top of the cake, powerful vocal adlibs come in and allows for ‘The Light After Dark’ to really take shape.
Alex is known for his experimental attitude towards his music as he ensures that every single piece of music he releases is fresh and unique. Obsessed with waveforms and frequencies, Alex’s attention to detail runs deeper than melodies and rhythms. From the age of 10 he has embarked on a journey of constant exploration and education which has allowed him to become the artist he is today.
‘The Light After Dark’ truly shows just what Alex is capable of as he combines many influences into one catchy, coherent track with exceptional flair.