Only a Ben Khan demo can sound as good as "Blade (Tidal Wave of Love)" does. The production consists of intricate layers of electronic and industrial noise, backed by more traditional instruments. Like a lot of Khan's productions, this one sounds like a Jai Paul track, but that's not a bad thing. And Khan puts a darker twist on his music, with more ominous production and lyrics that veer into The Weeknd territory (To open, Khan sings, "I don't wanna be alone no more" and "you better catch me on my back if you want to fuck me like that"). The quality of the track is something we've come to expect from Khan, who continues his hot streak with"Blade (Tidal Wave of Love)".
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Blade (Tidal Wave of Love)
- Blessed Vice
- August 5, 2015