The official live clip of “Disturbing the Real” gives us a peak at the performance of the three girls, but not the actual live sounds of Aoi, Ameru, and Chia. On top of this, the footage used doesn’t exactly match up to the performances in many instances. I say all of this, but the young group gives some pretty energetic looking performances. It’s clear that mistress is on the right track in that regard. On the music side of things, “Disturbing the Real” doesn’t quite have the sheen of more polished (bigger budget) releases. Instruments and vocals pop in and out of a mix that doesn’t sound full enough. So, while “Disturbing the Real” keeps mistress’s name in public view, it doesn’t necessarily put the group’s best foot forward.
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