The debut album comes with an interesting title, the songs proceed to intrigue all the more so in light of it, and ultimately the project represents and introduces the Isaiah Mclaughlin creative corner with fearless devotion and depth.
Isaiah Mclaughlin remains one of the most freely expressive, distinctive indie artists around, and this final project shines a striking light on these qualities.
A self-produced, self-written and performed project that delves into the dark pop realm with one last gasp of contemplation.
Offering a rather sublime follow-up to the Revolution release, Isaiah Mclaughlin adopts a soulful vocal range throughout this emotive, alternative RnB-led collection that is Narcissist. Far from content with adhering to the rules of a single genre, the project brings together ambient, often industrial yet dreamy soundscapes, with elements of both falsetto and lower-toned voice … Continued
Driving with a brilliantly free creative reach, Isaiah Mclaughlin’s second EP Revolution kicks into gear with an appropriate fusion of industrial rhythms and a notably contemporary vocal-tone and production finish.