808Reviews ::: Puzzle by TOM And His Computer

Reviewed by Ace. Friday 28th, of August 2020  

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The date for the debut LP from TOM And His Computer to be released at In My Room Future Ruins’ will be on October 16th.

Before his release, we will be able to enjoy on September 04th the second single from this LP named Puzzle, with a video that will be released by In My Room.

Produced by Thomas Bertelsen a.k.a TOM And His Computer, Puzzle has vocals & lyrics from Roxy Jules and the Danish producer & multi-instrumentalist artist Trentemøller co-produced and mix the track with an awesome remix for it.

Puzzle is a track to boost you up, quite lively and joyful you can perceive the shinning details of the final production on the charge of TOM And His computer & Trentemøller, among with the mesmerizing vocal performance from Roxy Jules.

For the Trentemøller remix, the final result guides you threw a dark synth sensation until those Vox organs appear to get you rid of any inhibition so you can dance to it.

Steam below a preview from this tracks, or pre-order yours here: https://bit.ly/32qgFDe



Overall Rating 9/10
Puzzle by TOM And His Computer
[In My Room]
Cat: imr37
Digital purchase: https://bit.ly/32qgFDe
Published: Copyright Control
Release Date: 04 September 2020

Hey guys im Ace from 808blogg a music addict, a video nerd, information freak  and i wrote this review. 
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Thanks for reading and please dont ever say no to good music…

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