Rae Radick delves deep into the dirt and grime of hard rock with the sheer rush of “Blur the Lines”.
Rae Radick - Blur the Lines (From “Dissolved Girl” Soundtrack)
Rae Radick delves deep into the dirt and grime of hard rock with the sheer rush of “Blur the Lines”. Everything about it stuns but perhaps the true core of the sound comes from her incredible vocals. A mixture of balladry and bombast, the way that the rest of the band revolves around her feels spirited to experience in full. Volume is very much a must for there is a clear-eyed, razor sharpness to the piece. Guitars blast away and the rhythm is an unruly beast in the best way possible.
The song wastes no time in getting started, for right from moment one the tension is set. From there they only elaborate upon it. Layer upon layer is added to further increase the dramatic flourishes. Aptly a song from a soundtrack there is a cinematic scope to the entirety of the thing. Industrial elements further lend the track a degree of darkness while it doubles down on an urgency. Her voice neatly bridges the gap between the seductive with a wild-eyed gaze. Melodies too have their own cryptic quality behind them, for they further expand into the sound, blending into the groove with ease. Within this crescendo, they allow the rising up of the atmosphere to have an animalistic fervour that brings it to a fevered finale.
“Blur the Lines” shows off the deft skill of Rae Radick in creating an entire musical universe that touches upon the movie itself while remaining a work of art in its own right.