ALBUM REVIEW: Sydney Blu Explores Her Dark Side with “VNDERGROUND” EP Out Now on KMS


Record label: KMS
Release date: January 5, 2015

Launching a new tone and sound, Toronto native Sydney Blu is excited to release a new 2-piece EP titled “VNDERGROUND” on Kevin Saunderson’s KMS Records.  Hailing from a long and successful career in producing and DJing all around the world, Sydney Blu has got her grounds in a variety of sounds and styles of electronic dance music.

While maintaining strong support from loyal fans around the world, Sydney Blu is excited to debut her dark underground style with this new EP. Known for her versatility, Sydney Blu has always exceeded crowds’ and fans expectations with her triumphant energy and charisma. These two tracks maintain this level of energy while encompassing a feel for the underground.

Vnderground starts in with female chatter as a progressive journey starts in and sounds of sirens builds up the track. When you least expect it, the track proceeds with a pumping tech-house drop. The winding bassline, paired with sirens and laser’s maintains the energy of a progressive track with the rawness of a tech-house track.

It Doesn’t Matter starts in with a fresh, soft melody and vocal hum. The bass picks up and Sydney Blu’s vocals come in repeating “It Doesn’t Matter” as an ode to an ex-boyfriend whose response was just that, to all their relationship issues. Syndey Blu plays on real life experience in her past, while putting together this masterful tech-house track.


Sydney Blu

Samantha McMeekin – EDM TOR


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