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Wolfgang Lohr – Alanna Lyes Has Stimulated Frenzy with Their Electro-Swing Track ‘Golden Twenties’


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Wolfgang Lohr and Alanna Lyes have packed in a lot of punch in the splendid number ‘Golden Twenties’. It is a ravishing electro-swing piece with oodles of energy.

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Berlin, Jul 12, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – A grand show has been put together by the prodigious musical duo Wolfgang Lohr and Alanna Lyes who have taken the fans by storm. They have collaborated for the fourth time and come up with fascinating tunes of electro swing in the breathtaking rendition Golden Twenties‘. The former is one of the heads of an avant-garde production house called ‘Electro Swing Thing Records’. To connect with the former, the fans can plug into his Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram profile.

The electro-swing genre gets the best of Wolfgang Lohr and Alanna Lyes through their magical track ‘Golden Twenties’. The vintage track has a vivacious rhythm with a splendid clap of the beat. The former has given out major hit tracks with major artistes and has been an integral part of DINKS and Dorade, a house duo and an outfit of tech-house respectively. He had a humble beginning in a ska band for 15 years called the ‘DaSKArtell’. He also has a music blog titled ‘FDF’ that has an incredible number of followers. The latter is a UK based artist working with major producers to dish out infectious tracks.

The track moves with marvelous velocity and some great electric guitar that is played with a passionate dash. The gifted music producer who is based out of Berlin has collaborated for their 4th track together with the latter who is a magnificent song-writer and a prolific singer who hails from York. To listen to the riveting numbers by him one can plug into popular music streaming apps like Spotify, Soundcloud, and YouTube.

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