As always, there’s no mistaking the voice and rap stylings of Comatose Red Ivy. The music forever evolves, but vocal integrity rings true regardless.
Comatose Red Ivy
Emotive piano and emotionally drained vocals aptly unite as Comatose Red Ivy addresses the ache of separation throughout a hauntingly honest Take This Dance.
Easily the most versatile, eclectic project from Ivy so far, and musically a definite highlight given the natural connection between the soundscapes and the grit and passion of the voice.
You kind of get to experience an emotive series of soundtracks alongside a strangely relatable, angry yet honest podcast or monologue. It’s a unique thing, inspiring a sense of freedom of expression & emotion.
Spoken-word-style freely meandering hip hop along the vein of a recently viral Hobo Johnson pours through, alongside emotively dreamy music, as Speedtart kicks off this uniquely unsettled outpouring.