The best music of Chimeleoni Media’s new label is here, and they’ve done a fine job of presenting their own sound.
If you’ve been listening to the likes of the band, Iman, or the likes, you know how much they’ve changed over the past year.
They’ve had to make some adjustments, though.
There’s the addition of a new singer, who’s no stranger to the band; a vocalist with an edge; and a new drummer.
But I’m looking forward to seeing what the new guy brings to the table.
There’s no shortage of new releases to choose from on Chameleonic’s website, and if you’ve got a taste for indie rock and pop, there’s plenty to choose too.
Here’s what you should look out for:The music is definitely going to be different.
As I mentioned, Chamelexonic are no strangers to releasing music.
Back in 2016, they were on the verge of releasing their debut album.
The band, along with two of their main contributors, took a hiatus from recording and touring.
Their new record, released in 2018, came out in the form of a compilation EP, but you might not know that.
It’s an excellent release.
It’s a mix of some of their best work to date, with some of the tracks from previous albums and some that were only released in 2017 and 2018.
You’ll get a decent mix of tracks from their early albums and a few new tracks that have been added over the years.
The tracks are also mixed by Bertrand, one of the most exciting and accomplished producers on the planet, and you’ll hear tracks from his previous releases and collaborations, as well as some tracks that are brand new.
The songs are not only enjoyable, but they’re also pretty good.
Some of them are pretty catchy.
Others, like “The Great Wall”, are pretty good, too.
It all adds up to an enjoyable mix.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Chamelegon, but this new album is going to change everything.
It sounds like they’ve got more room to grow, and it’s going to give you something to look forward to.
The new music is coming in two formats.
You can download the entire album for free, and the first track “The Wall” is available for download as a standalone CD for $12.99.
The album will be released digitally on February 26th.