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Asher Laub grabs attentions with “Neon Dreams”

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We have reviewed hundreds of artists and their music till date. As per our experience, most of the music artist are either born with natural attraction towards music or got inspired from some artist at a young age and joined the music industry. Most of these artist are either full time artist or part time artist yet their other job is a bit linked to music. But for the very first time we came across a music artist who has a strong background in science. Yes Asher Laub, the artist we are talking about holds three advanced degrees in the sciences from New York University and was a full time science teacher for four years in the New York Department of Education. Yet he has a deep love for music from a very young age.

Even though he went for science as his major field but the passion for music never died in his heart. The passion that arose with classical violin training at the age of 2, eventually leading to his first formal concert with the Buffalo Philharmonic at the age of 13. Science background and severe health issues a few years back inspired Asher to learn merging hip hop, pop, rock, EDM and other genres with breakdancing and acrobatic choreography. And his latest track “Neon Dreams”, released by Kobalt Music Group is a pure example of the command he has over multiple genres.

It’s a high profile number that creates an intense, rhythmic, driving, angular sound that is quite contemporary. The rich and resonant brass and the crisp and exact percussion dominate the scene throughout, as the main theme is somewhat developed. This composition would make a good concert opener. There is no doubt about why it has been described as a “high-octane hit.” A power house that has already grabbed attentions of all his fans and music critics.

He has also released Music video of this track. And it has proved to be a success, gaining more than 170K views on YouTube till date and counting. The catchy beat and their voices make you want to give it another listen. The video is somewhat dynamic, yet relaxing. You should check it out.

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