Eden Samara
“Robots”

by Jim Di Gioia

March 27, 2019

Mich Chiu

Repeatedly, and with an optimism that runs counter to the modern malaise she’s railing against, Eden Samara insists she wants “to make you feel something” — anything — and turn even the most toxic relationship into a positive learning experience. That very human response courses through the synthetic textures of “Robots”, a song off Days, Samara’s forthcoming debut EP. Amid the song’s rigid and sterile beats pulses an organic sincerity. Like many who’ve been immersed in our emotion-numbing social networking society for far too long, Samara has had enough. Rather than walk through the world mechanically making friends, connections, and relationships, she’s making what has become a radical choice: to be human and be present. Juxtaposing Eden Samara’s musical palate with her sweeter-than-sweet voice, “Robots” will make you feel all kinds of feels.

Jim Di Gioia

CoFounder at DOMINIONATED
Jim founded the music blog Quick Before It Melts in 2006 and was its principal writer until 2016, when its decade-long run ended 10 years to the day it started. DOMINIONATED is its spiritual successor. Jim currently serves as a Polaris Music Prize jurist and Prism Prize jurist.

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