Darice M. Kannon, a writer and musician, had an interesting concept of merging both of her interests. She wrote a book titled Condemned and illustrated the emotions of the book's characters through songs, gathered on an album with the same title.
'FITH (Fire In The Hole)' is one of these songs, and if you are a picky listener who looks for more than just dynamic, clubbing tracks, but also crystal-clear yet edgy female vocals, then you won't be disappointed. Darice brings both focused energy and a true lioness' claw into the composition – there's a bit of guitars mixed with sweetness, so her song doesn't sound too aggressive.
When it comes to genres, we can hear a modern mix of electronic pop (with super hooky, beat-driven arrangements and an instantly memorable chorus), but also vocal techniques borrowed from jazz and soul music. The track sounds attractive and very well produced. In addition, 'FITH' is over 3 minutes long which makes it a perfect match for radio play, TV ads and movies, possibly targeted at young adults thanks to its emotional, tempting and rebellious tone.
(Katarzyna 'NINa' Górnisiewicz, Fabryka Music Magazine, August 15th, 2016, industrialrock.net)
Created for the soundtrack to the paranormal romance novel, "Condemned," by DMK.
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