I’ve been a bit of laborious on NMIXX’s music so far, but it surely pushes a whole lot of my buttons in a nasty method. I admire the ambition it takes to meld a number of sounds (and songs!) into one. I simply don’t suppose the execution has been there. The music hasn’t showcased the group’s expertise in a method that pushes me to pay attention additional. Nevertheless, new comebacks imply new alternatives and the upcoming Expérgo pairs NMIXX with totally different producers who might be able to harness totally different strengths.
Or, issues might simply worsen.
I can’t with Younger, Dumb, Silly. I simply… I don’t even know what to say.
I usually criticize sure Okay-pop songs for sounding like youngsters’s nursery rhymes, however sometimes a observe really interpolates certainly one of these acquainted melodies and issues get further terrible. Younger, Dumb, Silly coasts alongside simply superb by its opening verse. It’s nothing groundbreaking, however a minimum of we get an opportunity to benefit from the members’ charisma. Then, the refrain reveals itself as an ode to “Frère Jacques/Brother John.” If this wasn’t unhealthy sufficient, the women are actually singing:
Younger, Dumb, Silly
Younger, Dumb, Silly
However who cares? However who carеs?
We’re fearless, do no matter we wish
Ding dang dong Ding dang dong
I hate this. I hate every part it stands for, each musically and lyrically. This refrain is so unhealthy and sucks every part else into its orbit, which is a disgrace as a result of the remainder of the track might be NMIXX’s strongest work but. They sound nice and the vocal association is strong and crisp. The pre-chorus is thrilling and I benefit from the round-style singing they’re doing in the course of the hook. The breakdown in the course of the bridge is downright galvanizing. A lot potential! However, I’ve a knee-jerk response to nursery rhymes (blame it on a profession spent in early childhood training) and I simply can’t get previous the observe’s younger, dumb and silly centerpiece.
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