Magnus Reimer

Magnus Reimer

Magnus Reimer

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Kevin Hugger

I’ve always wanted to know what it felt like to be inside a snowglobe and this video gave some sense of how that might be. With a song that is close to claustrophobic itself it made for a good match for the visuals. Not that this should detract from the enjoyment of the piece it’s just that it has been produced in a very pure way, up close and personal and the minimalist instrumentation only heightening the personalised sensation. I could see myself watching this goggle-eyed after a night out and finding solace in its gentle persuasion and maybe a little bit affected by the underlying sadness. This is delicious art. 

Mike Mineo

Magnus Reimer's "It Turns Out" is quick in getting to the point -- a playful keyboard melody and enthusiastic vocals float in ethereal form over a glistening crystallized synth pad. An uptick in intensity around 40 seconds in is the first precursor of what's to come when the melody starts shifting around 0:55. After repeating the first verses, "It Turns Out" navigates to an interesting melodic shift around the two-minute mark, more ominous in tone as Reimer begins "there's a river and it begins to flow out into nothing" -- somewhat existential and thought-provoking in nature, and wonderfully suitable for the now-brooding sounds backing it. The ensuing multi-layered vocal approach is haunting and powerful -- great production choice! This is a solid effort that I wholly enjoyed -- look out for a post on Obscure Sound in the near future, and reach out to me at if interested in rates/success stories regarding my digital PR servicing. -Mike

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Throw Yourself by Magnus Reimer

Wendy Redden

I really do like all of the musical elements that make this full sound. It's got a lot of different bits and pieces going on that doesn't make it sound like everything else out there right now. The vocals I was surprised with the lower tone that goes with some of the airy/poppy parts of the song but that is not a bad thing, the vocals do stand out as well. I would like to hear an EP if you have one upcoming Thanks for sharing! 

Craig Roxburgh

Really like the mixture of orchestral synth sounds and the heavier and almost grungy guitar riffs that can be heard in the background. A really well mixed song that truly brings out the best in your vocals. Top notch work.

Jenn W

Cool sound, grips you right away. I like the way all the instrumentation fits together. Best of luck!


The vocals were a surprise for this kind of song. I was expecting wispy and soft but instead the voice was weathered (rugged). Not saying it's a bad thing, but it is kind of a clash with the dainty synths. I do appreciate its heavier sound though. I'd like to hear more.