You’d be a Crazy Fool to leave MARQ Electronica’s latest single on the shelf. While the vocals on ‘Crazy Fool’ sound somewhere between Rick Astley, Tony Hadley and George Michael, the polished track is sophisticated and sure to get you on your feet.
Bringing you up to speed, MARQ Electronica is no stranger to the industry, and is known for being the spotlight in collaborative projects across the country. Primarily known for fronting the synth rock outfit Sapien Trace, MARQ Electronica may have only started releasing his solo music since last year, but it’s already making quite the impression.
While the track resides in a nostalgic production, it feels like ‘Crazy Fool’ is trying too hard. Missing a real prominent vocal, the vocals seem a bit too far back in the mix, and should come across electrifying to match the lyricism. Just under 4 minutes 20, it’s structure drags slightly, and could be shortened to convey it’s lovable message across further.
Nevertheless, ‘Crazy Fool’ is bathed in an fascinating electronic production that will make the EDM world smile. It’s elegant and commercial, something the electronic world loves. Produced by Brit and Ivor Novello award winner SimonEllis, the message illuminates being crazy in love… Beyonce move out of the way! Armed with a fun-loving nature and a house style dance beat, ‘Crazy Fool’ is the first song a DJ should drop when the clubs re-open.