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20 Dec 2015 
Roberto Festari presents


Nick pop Festari Beyond Dance Music


This is me... Slower and Faster


After 30 years performing eurobeat and dance music and more than 700 songs composed, Nick Festari has already produced a name for himself both in the European Dance scene but even more importantly in Japan, where bands and singers performed songs that he had written, Nick Festari dives into fresh genres; take, rock, alternate, punk, electronic…


Now, writing,


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“You Wanna Help to make Me Soar (I Know You Belong To A Desire)" begins of the EP with a boom. This music is strong on the dance experience and mixes in tasty melodies with a rock drum beat and also a piano breakdown. Very tasty!!


This music is merely a strike, enough said.


Piano intros rock and roll, especially the a single in "Don't Throw The Dice." Wanna understand the best component about this music? Not only do the chord progressions audio amazing and provide me feeling of air travel but the track kicks into a rock anthem that can be certainly genius! The build up in this tune is worthy of the wait. Examine it out and provide it a mindful pay attention and you'll hear what I'm speaking about.joejoekeys


There Will Be Zero Prize is the initial song which Nick crafted specifically for the EP. Inspired by The Lego Film, this Electro-pop monitor, total with catchy chorus, is usually about an on the web game where players try to build a new universe with Lego bricks as they grapple with the origins of the galaxy and its greatest prize: total satisfaction.


Don’t Slam The Radio is a retro-style Place ballad that Nick 1st released in 2013. Having received positive testimonials, he’s provided the song an orchestral makeover for his new EP.


Over and above getting a great artist, Nick proves himself to end up being a superbly scrupulous music arranger on these tracks. Beautiful, uplifting chord progressions, luscious harmonies and ear-catching melodies are ever present right here.





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