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Many bands emerged in the 90s and stayed in the limelight for decades, making it one of the ‘Best Eras of Music’; but there were also a few that could not sustain the competition for long. Test Icicles is one of such bands. It only released one studio album and split up, leaving behind talented artists like Devont Hynes. Hynes tried his hands on music initially as Lightspeed Champion, but then switched up styles and collaborated with the pseudonym Blood Orange. The artist has released two albums so far and his latest one, ‘Cupid Deluxe’ is in the limelight for its chill wave and dreamy pop music. Songs from his recent release will be presented on stage live in the cultural capitol of the world, The New York City. The Blood Orange tickets are now available.
Test Icicles emerged and split within six months after the release of its first album. Despite that, the Texan co-vocalist and guitarist of the band, Devont Hynes continued with song writing and music making and established himself as an important figure in the music industry. The artist wrote music for Diana Vickers, Florence and the Machine, Solange Knowles and Basement Jaxx as well. Along with this, he recorded solo music under the name Lightspeed Champion and earned fame for eclectic melodies.
In 2011, Devont Haynes switched to dance music genre and released his first album, ‘Coastal Grooves’ under the name Blood Orange. The album was received well by the pop music lovers and was appreciated specifically for its guitar solos and post punk vibes. The album is composed of melodies with sounds from West America and Asia, and is driven by strong rhythmic foundations. With the artist’s florid vocals and expressive lyrics, he proved his music to be emotionally engaging and himself as an artist who is overtly comfortable with being over ambitious.
Haynes didn’t feel a need to bring a change in his style after his first album under the title of Blood Orange and continued making music. His second album ‘Cupid Deluxe’ has recently been released and is in the limelight for songs such as Chamakay, Clipped On and It is What it is. The artist has composed this album especially for the heartbroken, vagabonds and the disenchanted. It shines the spotlight on the dejected community of the New York City, LGBT, who have been ejected from the hearts of loved ones and are homeless. His evocative lyrics combined with slick guitar and smoky saxophone create a mesmerizing atmosphere.
The album is largely influenced by a brilliant documentary, ‘Paris is Burning’. The documentary discusses the gay community of The New York City along with the transgendered ballroom culture, and so does the album through its songs. This subject isn’t something newly introduced by any artist and has also been brought to the public attention by singers like Lady Gaga and Madonna earlier. Blood Orange where discusses these topics through its lyrics, also focuses on yearning for acceptance in people belonging to this community.
Hit singles from this album will now be sung live on stage in Webster Hall of Manhattan. The venue gets its identity for its masquerade balls and has been nicknamed as the ‘Devil’s Playhouse’. In addition to this, it is also famous for being one of the best live music venues. Artists like Linkin Park, John Mayor and The Hives have performed here already and now Blood Orange will grace its stage with its best songs from the first and the second album. Catch Blood Orange live at the New York City and in order to do that, get hold of your Blood Orange tickets as soon as possible!
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