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[Listen/Download] Poster Child- “Night Runner” and “Traveler”

No Comments 09 June 2011

by Tiana Feng

Poster Child is back! Check out two new tracks that will come off his August release Watchers. Night Runner is a synth-filled almost indie pop track. I love the almost soulful proclamation of NIGHT RUNNER. Traveler sparkles with piano over the synths and vocals into a pretty dream like track. Maybe it’s in your dreams that you are meant to travel.
Poster Child- Night Runner

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Poster Child- Traveler

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[Listen/Download] Poster Child- “Newborn” and “Scaptoma”

No Comments 23 February 2011

by Tiana Feng

I introduced you to Poster Child. Well here’s two more indietronictastic tracks. There’s a certain light-hearted playfulness in Newborn and Scaptoma behind two songs that is secretly deeply philosophical. His Suspicious Characters EP was released in January and can be picked up on Bandcamp for free, yes free. The songs were written in a week while Enzo was full of caffeine and free time from unemployment.
Poster Child- New Born

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Poster Child- Scaptoma

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[Listen/Download] Poster Child- “We Don’t Have to Talk” and “Sinners in the Holyland”

No Comments 19 December 2010

by Tiana Feng

Poster Child’s music is a mix of electronicy poppy and instrumental pop songs with the philosophy that mainstream labels are all conspiracies. Poster Child is Enzo Tiano who started his song writing when he was 12. His heart pumping songs are full of underlying philosophies. For example We Don’t Have to Talk was written after a party where there was dispute “I started noticing that if we all talk about ourselves, the conversation never ends (in a positive way). But if we start talking about life, religion, and war, we start hating each other eventually and thinking of our differences.” Even though there is underlying philosophical content in his songs, Enzo does it in such a way that it is not preachy and still get you in a mood to dance.

Poster Child- Sinners in the Holyland

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Poster Child- We Don’t Have to Talk

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