Music Review: Run For Cover by Megan Mcduffee | Synthpop Song | Stream free | Spotify | Soundcloud


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02-10-2019 17:34 GMT


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Megan Mcduffee
"Run For Cover"
Synthpop


So retro

Gone are the days when it seemed like all you needed to become a world-class music star was a voice angels would kill for, a whole lot of talent, a spectacular record, a drug habbit fans would only find out about many years later, really big hair and a leather jacket with too many zips. It takes a lot more to entertain the new generation of music fans, and by the sound of what's coming out nowadays they don't even care that much about talent, but you need a whole lot of drugs to enjoy it - at least so we've heard (we only do drugs when we're sick and tired here). To entertain today's average music fan you must first jump off a bridge and land on a freshly peeled banana - if you are a lady, take at least one more bullets than 50 Cent did (10 or more) - if you are a dude, and then do more drugs than Bobby and Whitney. And that's just phase one baby, next you'll have to pierce everything on your body, leave no skin untatted and get more silicone in you than Kim Kardashian's butt alone, one way or the other. And no, not in a fun way.

But whatever happened to just good old plain good music? Well, let's find out. This song is from Canadian retrowave music producer, Moonrunner83's critically acclaimed 2018 album, "Streets". It features award-winning video game and film composer turned solo artist, Megan McDuffee from Los Angeles, USA, who has spent the last year reminding music fans what the voice of an angel sounds like and how good music makes you feel deep down inside. If you like old school electro, this track will take you to a special place where the future and the past meet, and it's not the present. But enough talk, let's do some drugs and get right down to it shall we. Oh wait, we're not doing that.



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