Bryson Green – “Some More”

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Atlanta native Bryson Green crafts a whimiscal fairytale land of sorts on the twinkling “Some More”, where he repeatedly asks “do you want some more?” over fantasy-land bright synths, with the exuberant vocals kicking in around the thirty-second mark after a floating instrumental intro. The gradual addition of happy percussion and twinkling synth effects resemble a vein of futuristic synth-pop attempted by acts like Owl City or Matt & Kim, though this one relies more on hypnotic allure with its concise 02:07 runtime. It does well in its short time, though. The track is the third release off Green’s Go Green: The Seasons a 52-song compilation released over 52 weeks.

Mike Mineo

I'm the founder/editor of Obscure Sound, which was formed in 2006. Previously, I wrote for PopMatters and Stylus Magazine.

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