Lina Maxine Is Ready to Surprise the World With EADGBE (Crying Guitar)

Lina Maxine is one of the most delightful surprises I’ve had recently. Gracefully combining folk and glam rock, she delivers the phenomenal single “EADGBE (Crying Guitar)”. Her unique voice inspires a sense of awe and lust. Her music reminds us of the beauty of life and how it can be fragile while still full of potential. Using her unique sound Lina Maxine creates a unique atmosphere that captures the listener’s heart. It’s no wonder she has become a rising star in the music industry.

Listen to “EADGBE” HERE

“EADGBE (Crying Guitar)” is a peculiar song. It has this tribal undertone, almost primal. Using her lyrics to express raw emotion, her voice conveys a sense of passion and intimacy. Lyrics are at the core of the work, repeated like a mantra. As the sounds filter into focus, they create a kaleidoscopic effect of such vivid color. There is no slowing down for her. She pushes hard and rough. With the transition from acoustic to electric, the song gains a pleasant, heightened sense of drama. The song is a testament to her artistry and her commitment to creating something unique. It serves as an ode to the power of music and its ability to evoke emotion. It’s a song that demands attention and respect. “Growing up, listening to Linkin Park and Rammstein provided the perfect foundation for cultivating my voice. In addition, I find continuous inspiration from today’s pop and rock artists, such as Lady Gaga and Avenged Sevenfold. Polyphia captivated me with their pioneering artistry of hype technicality balanced by melodic arrangements intertwined in trap music, truly taking rock into a new realm. Billie Eilish was another game changer; her emotional authority combined with cutting-edge production has become an immense source of motivation, encouraging me to create something authentically mine in this modern musical landscape.” Lina also explains what it was like working on this new single “I’ve had the privilege of working with some outstanding producers on my first record. Developing creative chemistry and mutual attention to detail was paramount in achieving our desired sound. From mixing with Coldplay & Michael Brauer, mastering with John Davis; spellbinding craft at Metropolis Studios, and discussing David J Levy’s (Unprocessed) captivating sound design – these production processes have made an indelible mark on me musically!”


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