While 2017 was a complete and collective disaster, the new year is full of promise and hope. 2018 is making strong women stronger, revolutions are in bloom, and the world of music is looking towards a new horizon. Although 2017 was saturated with heartbreak, it was a prominent year for artists of all trades. It was late 2017 when I first discovered the "September born music producer from NYC," Aire Atlantica. In the midst of a wide-spread American meltdown, I found peace almost exclusively through music, and my serendipitous discovery of Aire Atlantica played a key role in keeping me sane. His taste is distinct, yet strays from the stagnant. His latest release, "On My Own" featuring Park City's female vocalist Emily Terran is a vibrant, indie-electronic piece blending bouncy production punctuated by an R&B-esque cadence. Aire Atlantica's signature production shines and lays the groundwork for Terran's voice to glow. "On My Own" is a bubbly track yet yields moments of sharp intensity, showcasing AA's diverse dexterity. Terran's deeply feminine voice is not necessarily enticing, rather, a demanding force. The duo's musical aesthetic bleeds authenticity in "On My Own" as they blend genres and continue solidifying their come up with a finely tuned synchronicity.