Review - Cash Cash - Overtime EP
The "Take Me Home" group has taken their sound to a new high. Cash Cash's new EP, entitled Overtime, is just too fucking awesome.
They defined their sound as a vocal-heavy, synth-loving idea with a pop twist in their last album, and they've remained true to the sound while at the same time ditching their own vocals and replacing themselves with female vocalists.
Any fan of "Take Me Home," which is included in the EP, is sure to love "Here and Now" featuring a returning Pop!Bang!Boom! favorite, Kerli.
If you're looking for that uplifting, entrancing sound this winter, be sure to listen to "Satellites." The chorus is very catchy (and VERY chant-worthy, we might add) and the beat ventures into a disco tone to master a fresh-sounding dance track.
One final check into the EP would have to be "Hideaway." Cash Cash transfers over into a pseudo-dubstep styling with an incredibly cool distorted electric shakuhachi, a particular-sounding Japanese flute. That, alone, is enough to check out.
Listen to: You know what? Just listen to all of the tracks. They're all excellent, and they all have something to offer.