Artfcl Deliver Pulsating Electronic Music With Debut 

Artfcl Deliver Pulsating Electronic Music With Debut 

‘Artificial’ Out Now 


Vilnius, Lithuania – April 18, 2020 – Artfcl hasn’t even been around a year and they have already dropped a handful of singles, and a whole album; ‘Artificial.’

‘Artificial’ features all the singles they’ve released since forming not too long ago in January 2020. Yes, while it may take every other band and artist at least a year to produce and drop material, Artfcl wasted absolutely no time. In the end, they’ve proven to be a well-oiled machine as their music’s production value is that of big names in their genre like Tiesto and Steve Aoki. With music that blends elements of Acid Jazz, Trip-Hop, and more with electronic beats, every song presents a new audible landscape to explore and get lost in. 

Every second of their music brings about a new adventure, so be prepared for the ride because it’s one that doesn’t let up until the very end. From the title track “Artificial” to “Decadance,” it’s all an explosion of sounds that cause the body to move about everywhere from the dancefloor to the comfort of listeners’ living rooms. 

Those interested in adding new electronic music to their playlists, reviewing ‘Artificial,’ or interviewing Artfcl for their podcast, site, or radio show can reach out via the information provided below. 

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Artfcl is an idea that perfectly reflects modern times, where the boundary between the living and digital or electronic worlds sometimes seems to disappear, where sometimes man becomes machine and machine becomes a man. No matter how accurate and sometimes even lifeless the digital world may seem, the time has come for it to seem to take heart. Suddenly we accidentally notice the word “art” in the word “artificial”. In music, the band makes this idea meaningful not only by combining live sounds with electronics but also by comparing their roles in the flow of music. Maybe each piece tells its own story, maybe two completely different pieces will give a hint of their communion, and maybe the whole music tells the same story. Deal with the listener.

Andrius Laucevicius
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