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Vitamin E by Rubber


Welcome back to yet another blog post, where I'm talking about another new artist to the blog! Today we're talking about Rubber, who reached out to me on Instagram to see if I'd do some content for them, as today was my last free slot for the week. 

So, about a month ago now, Rubber put out their latest track in which is titled 'Vitamin E', and before I get properly into the review, I was a little sceptical because I didn't think this was going to be my type of music. Now, don't get me wrong I listen to everything and anything, but normally we really just see me talk about alt genres, so I was a little sceptical, but I actually liked the track more than I thought I would. 

It's an incredible track, it's not a boring track, nor one that loses my attention. I actually really like this track, it packs a punch, and I really like the vocals on the track. I love that it's a track that is pretty easy to listen to, even for someone who this isn't the preferred genre. It's one of those songs that grows on me the more I listen to it, and it's a decent track. 

As I said, this isn't my normal choice in genre, and therefore, I can't go round comparing the track, but if you are more of a fan of bouncy, bass focused, more electric feeling tracks, and you find a lot of enjoyment in them tracks, then this could be great for you. I do prefer Vitamin E to half of the stuff I've heard in my sister's car of a similar genre over the years, so I guess it is good. I, not being a massive fan of the genre, may seem a bit bias, and more negative, but I don't intend to be. It's easily a track I can listen to for half an hour to an hour on repeat and not have any complaints, is it something I'd reach for all the time? No. But I do still like it, and it still packs enough of a punch for me to deem it as a good song. I do think, that if you do like this sort of music, then you could really like this. It's definitely got that lighter feeling to the track, but I do enjoy it and I think it's good. 

This isn't my new ride or die track, but I do like it, and I think it's nice to listen to. It's a song that I think would be very mood dependant for the likes of myself, but if you do like this sort of sound, you're probably going to love it. I still like the genre, and I like the track, and as I said, it's one of the better tracks I've heard from the same sort of genre. I like the vocals, I think the vocals are actually insanely good. Very nice and calming vocals, I don't mind the lyrics, and although, I am someone who loves change and depth within the sound of a track, this is one of those genres where you don't see such a drastic change, but I do still like it as a track! I think it's good, and I can see loads of people rating it. 

Overall, although, I may seem a little reluctant about the track, I'd still give it a 4 out of 5 lemons. I think it's a decent enough track, and I can see a lot of people liking it, and also, I understand why Rubber have over 16k monthly listeners on Spotify, because, this is one of those genres a lot of people like. 

Where To Find Rubber; 

Apple Music 

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Here on LifeIsALemon more days than not, at 7pm (UK Time) 
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