Love Hertz presents a novel that embraces electronic music culture we know today. The story blends together writing genres of comedy, sci-fi, and romance all it once, the story arc and theme embedded within being one of captivation and uniqueness. The story within focuses on the character Taj Das, a DJ trying to make it all while pursuing love interest simultaneously. He stumbles upon a mythical sonic frequency and this is where everything changes. He harnesses the power of what he has found, while skyrocketing his career thereafter. The twists and turns that happen from here are just one of the many aspects that make this a read that’s hard to put down.
A soundtrack has been released in conjunction with the book. Featuring 6 tracks, there’s a bit of something for everyone across the spectrum of the songs. Starting off, Epikkers “Revolution,” features the smooth vocals of Noah Lowman which hits the spot. Mansion and Frank Royal flipped the track as well, merging their style with the elements of the original. “Joyride,” picks up the energy level in a catchy way, bursting with electro-influences and plenty colorful production elements within. The Divine Elements’ flip of “Anywhere,” by Sum-In-1 and Noah Lowman, merges the world’s of hip-hop, electronic, and pop, all in one go – rendering a smooth and subtle energy easy to enjoy again and again. “Up And Down The Block,” lets out a trap energy, boasting club-friendly vibes alongside sprinkled hi-hats and vocal chops that all play off each other nicely.
Love Hertz is a unique project through and through, surely taking a ton of time to pull of with lots of hurdles to tackle along the way. The book is available for purchase on Amazon here.
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