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The RobAnd - Bextasy - Flyah Review


Starting in the mid 90's, Roberto Fabbro began to take a journey in the world of Rock and Blues with the mixture of electronic music. By the early 2000's, he participated in several different bands that played Pop, Grunge Metal, Rock, and Blues. In 2013, he decided to create new projects under the name, The RobAnd, after a purposal given to him by Garbiele Saro

Now they're back with a track entitled "Bextasy". The rock driven song starts with the sound of broken glass giving its hardcore theme. Following with the sound of rolling percussion, Gabriele comes in with the perfect tune and delivery to match its pizzazz. With the Amy Winehouse style of singing, this track really has a bluesy sound. In a professional way, you can tell that the engineers really took their time and efforts to produce a crystal clear recording of her voice.

I really enjoyed around the 47 second mark when the track kicks up into a more upbeat metal sequence and she shows intensity to match the vibe. Roberto is definitely a wonderful bass and guitar player to match her authentic sound. The infectious lyrics paints a picture on a fatal attraction that never seems to end. We all become attach to someone that goes through dangerous times and painful emotions can really stir us up. It reminds me of those early 90's movies when a girl is in love with a renegade and the relationship is toxic. I really believe this track can be a wonderful performance in front of a live crowd. Surely if you are into those head banging, guitar driven, passionate choruses, this is definitely the song for you.

If I have to rate this on the scale of 1 to 10, I will give it a 8 for charisma, being filled with excitement, a little of suspense and perfect composition with flawless mixing.

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