Get to know AVIATORS' Dystopian Fiction lunedì, 11 settembre 2017 16:41 by madseason
Aviators - Dystopian Fiction

Independent one-man band Aviators released a new album last month.

Titled Dystopian Fiction, it's the last in its trilogy and tells the story of the beginning of the apocalypse: before Stargazers and the revolution of Building Better Worlds, the war-torn wasteland held one last great city, ruled by gods among men. These half-machine leaders showed contempt for those beneath them, so a plan to usurp their power began.

Themes present on the album include false idolization, fractured reality and the realm of dreams. Fading Light, Here Come The Ravens, and other songs on the album borrow themes and stories from pop culture video games and TV shows. 

If you're already a fan of Aviators or are interested in greatly written alternative melodic rock and retrowave/synthpop tracks, check Dystopian Fiction out now.

AVIATORS: A Song That Never Ends lunedì, 26 dicembre 2016 15:18 by madseason
Aviators - A Song That Never Ends

I realize that I never wrote about Aviators, at least so far. Time to make amends. Aviators is a one-man band, an independent musician "always working to create new types of songs by fusing genres and styles. My forte is alternative rock and industrial music," as he says in his bio.

Influenced by such acts as Depeche Mode, Owl City, Lifehouse, Skillet, Imagine Dragons, Aviators debuted on December 2011 with Reflections Of A Dream.
His latest album is the recently released (December 1) A Song That Never Ends: it's named after one of the 15 songs included, a wonderful, cinematic track inspired by the soundtracks to the James Bond movies.

A Song That Never Ends is a truly inspired LP, that sways between alternative rock and retrowave/synthpop, with massive use of electronic sounds and huge melodies.

Stream the whole album on BandCamp and, while you're there, check all the previous releases from Aviators: they really deserve your attention.