Is Puppet’s Enough Really Enough?
A bird once told me that pop-punk was making a comeback this year. Why does this matter? Because Puppet that’s why. 2016 is going to be big for the Monstercat artist as we await his debut EP. As a sneak preview of the sounds awaiting from the EP, Puppet has released the second track “Enough is Enough” to the world sending us straight back to our teenage angst years.
Puppet & Cormak – Enough Is Enough feat. Richard Caddock
This beginning may be my favorite as Puppet & Cormak smash our ears with heavy synth chords reminding me of Andrew Bayer’s opening to Do Androids Dream. 8-bit sounds swirl around your headphones as Richard Caddock’s lead vocals on the track bring memories of my teenage years rushing back to me. Memories of All Time Low, Mayday Parade and all the other pop-punk bands come back to me as Puppet and Cormak fast forward to 2016 with hypnotic melodies and a driving beat perfect for those bright winter days.
Puppet burst onto the Monstercat scene last year with phenomenal originals that we have featured here on Only The Beat. After taking a break at the end of the year to finish his EP, I for one am excited to hear the finished product when it is released.
Monstercat took a big step in 2015 signing tons of new artists that are making waves in the new age of electronic music. 2016 seems to be following in 2015’s footsteps, so you should definitely keep your eye on them.
Follow Monstercat and Puppet on all social media channels along with keeping track of their latest releases here at Only The Beat. Listen to Puppet and Cormak’s “Enough Is Enough” above and purchase it now from iTunes, Beatport or Bandcamp, whichever you prefer.
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