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Idkwhyidkwhere by Region


So, going back a couple of weeks, Megan (who has reached out to me about some other artists I've done a review for, before) sent me a message and sent me some information about Region and their latest release so that I could produce some content on it! Of course, this is me so I said yes, and after working through my backlog of content, we're now here. Where I can talk about Region's track Idkwhyidkwhere which dropped last month! 

Now, I hadn't heard of Region before, I didn't really know what to expect. I just knew I was being sent some alt-rock, and that was enough for me to have some decent standards for what I was about to listen to. 

When I actually listen to the track, I was pretty impressed. The song had a bit more a kick to it than I expected, and it was one of those songs that I felt the need to listen to it on repeat for like an hour because it was just hitting the spot for me. It was exactly what I expected it to be, but with a bit more of an edge. A bit more impressive, and just something that I could reach for. 

My opinion of the track hasn't changed over the past couple of weeks, and I think I actually prefer it a bit more now than when I first listened to it, maybe because it's had time to grow on me. The chorus packs enough of a punch to keep me engaged and the verses definitely hit the spot for me! The guitar riffs are definitely a stand out for me, I think they're incredible. I like the vocals, I like all the elements of this track, and I do think it's different from bands that are in the same genre. It's a sound that is rock, but it's edgy. It's got that kick to it, and I quite like it. It's a track I actually think would sound pretty sick live, and I can see a lot of people liking this sound, and a lot of people wanting to listen to Region upon hearing this track. It's a song that definitely grows on me the more I listen to it, and I do really enjoy it. It's pretty decent! 

Overall, I'd give IDKWHYIDKWHERE a solid 4 out of 5 lemons! It's good, it's a really good track, and I think a lot of people would love this track! Definitely go and give it a listen and see what you think of it! 

Where To Find Region; 

Apple Music 

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