- Musical Artist
Enter the mind of Cult Fantastic and immerse yourself in a satirical world gone mad where emojis come alive, people turn into robots, and werewolves befriend suburban children. Through comedic paranoia and odd imagery, Cult Fantastic’s songs and videos dig into the underpinnings of modern society to uncover a labyrinth of paradoxes. Intrigued by the absurdities of modern life, Cult writes lyrics that confront the narcissism epidemic, runaway consumerism, violence as celebrity, and much more.
- Los Angeles
Such an amazing concept. What an intro music! You could become a phenomenon. I see a huge market for what you are serving through your content and will be tweeting your video. Lyric is top quality. Very relatable. Can connect with all types of people anywhere, any age group and background. Doesn't restrict to any person in particular which is brilliant. I like the satirical world that your video took me into. It was dark, edgy yet thought provoking. Although you could have effectively relayed your message in a shorter video too. Found it a little bit longer than usual. Nevertheless liked it. The music was superb. It's catchy and the word 'screen' lingers on your mind long after I stopped watching the video. The tempo really takes the mood to the next level. Inciting and stimulating groove. Great hook!
Man, there's something here that people will either really love...or really hate. Sometimes, that's exactly when things go viral and every kid in the world knows the hook. In an obvious way, "Screens" is [literally] in your face and pretty damn annoying. But at the same time it evokes some pretty fun songs I've enjoyed over the years. With a P-Funk type groove, that's a plus. And there's a silly, pop culture commentary reminiscent of Living Colour's "Glamour Boy." I feel like this is a vibe the Long Island band Scatterbrain was going for in the 80s and, more recently, Kiddoo and the Dude out of Austin. If you want to talk through some promotion ideas feel free to reach out via https://www.coyotemusic.com/contact.
Lookout Bruno here comes Cult Fantastic! Fun Funky and yet full of #Truth...only great things to say about this joint and the video...I featured this in The Hype Magazine Video Gallery: https://www.thehypemagazine.com/videogallery/cult-fantastic-screens-official-music-video/ Cheers!
Funky and nice blend of instruments, psychedelic elements and other cool sound effects. The song is funny while still managing to get it's critical message across. I like it but it's not really a fit for my music blog. I wish you good luck!
Hahahahahaha! This is a great track, and your video is badass too. I totally agree with what you're saying. Great job addressing the silliness and narcissism of society through technology. Humor, sarcasm, and a gut-check all at once. I love your emoji masks. Nice work man! What other tracks do you have? You have me very curious about your other tracks. Let me know what else you have that I can showcase on my radio show by shooting me an email to email@example.com. Please reference this Fluence review so I don't miss it.
Wow! Funk! A real throwback to the 70s with a modern spin. Love it. Both George and Les would be proud. First, some questions. 1. What are your career goals? Radio play? Recording? Licensing and syncs? Income from a publishing deal? All these paths need to be investigated. 2. Your social media strategy will be key. Make sure that you reply to every comment that may come in. Turn early fans into evangelists, especially the ones who contributed to this video. Get them to spread the word. 3. If you don't already, get someone to handle getting your material on streaming music services, especially someone who knows how to get your songs on the best and music influential new music/new discovery playlists. They're becoming increasingly important. Ask Drake what it's like to benefit from clever playlist placement. 4. If radio airplay is important to you, get a radio plugger. They know how to get to the right music directors. Work with both campus stations, public radio and commercial alternative/AAA radio. 5. Make friends with as many bloggers as possible. Even the smallest want to think that they can discover The Next Big Thing. Every little bit of coverage helps. 6. Play live as much as possible. Nothing is better than having a group of strangers giving you real feedback in real time. But I have a feeling you knew that, right? That being said, shoot me an high quality MP3 to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll see if I can get this on my radio show.
Interesting upbeat vibe -- the emoji stuff is pretty funny! Looks like a lot of LA locations too, where I live. The sound of the song itself reminds me of old Fishbone or RHCP. Pretty good internet satire.
These beats and rhythms are dope. I love the groove. You have to get this out more - I'm definitely sharing it and recommending it others. I would love to see the lyrics. You can update your submission for others to see with the lyrics. The lyrics are genius. The bio is sparse -- I want to learn more. Did you produce the entire track, play the instruments? Or is it a band? I'm heading to YouTube to find out more. Thanks again for sending me this track. I would get this track out in some satire channels on YouTube and Twitter.