WOW…. although we have not made it to the Swiss finale for the Eurovision song contest….. Blick (as already mentioned, Switzerlands most read newspaper) was kind enough to write about us and the song we submitted. Particularly interesting is the fact that they changed the song title to “Mödling – Austria” instead of “E2E”…. as well as reprinting a false statement! Sooooo cool!!!.
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A demonic game — but those expecting something satanic from this song will be disappointed, even if the devil did have a hand in it.
That is exactly what this is all about — the confusing headlines and tales told by the darker sides of the media, who like to loudly spread often invented, sensationalized stories that do not reflect the truth.
“Only bad news is good news” is one of the most common principles applied in the world of news. And bad news that has just been invented is then dished up as questions, giving evil flight to new rumors.
Don’t you think that’s strange?
For Eric van Aro & Marco Finotello, this is all good reason to provide a humorous musical critique, accompanied by an intoxicating house beat, of the devilish games played by this segment of the press in their track “Evil Games”, which has been met with great enthusiasm and high praise by the international house music scene.
“Evil Games (Original Mix)” starts off with a low bass mid tempo synth beat, a perfect tempo for workout music . The singer’s voice is a low-baritone as if Frank Zappa and Barry White got together for a coffee conversation, and then decided to call it a DJ-set. The vague lyrics of the song have political overtones and are reflective of the economic and political uncertainty of the times: “No news aint good news so the papers say.” The vocal tone and quality when the lyrics “Evil games. Stop em playin’…” are sung, sounds strikingly similar to pop singer Seal’s breath-taking, soaring voice. The end of the song tails off into the wind with some fussy-sounding muted guitar fills and a drunken frenetic beat. The contemporary and soothing sounds would be a good fit for a movie drama scene or even a television commercial.