Juxtaposition and a serene, secure design and delivery make the Sweet Limb style forever a thing of its own.
Reciprocate is quite stunning, simple in arrangement and refreshingly humble in its quiet verse delivery from both rappers, but it also weaves in a subtle yet striking hook; which resolves each outpouring perfectly well.
life worth living is an important collection, in short- not merely because of its underlying intention, but because the music celebrates both freedom of expression and professionalism in the artistic production realm.
“I’ve always had a passion and this burning desire to make beautiful, honest, music and all around just something interesting.”
The mood is vital, providing the space to consider these ideas, the calm to connect with the humanity at their core, and the time to build upon that as each protagonist leads with vulnerability and quiet confidence united.
Vincent Krennerich composes from the heart, blending subtle intricacies of production and organic musicianship across purposeful, engaging soundscapes, scenes and stories.
Creative production with a retro lo-fi overtone makes up this colourful, nostalgic EP from producer Mitch Shaffer.
Therapy connects for its raw, unapologetic detailing of trauma, and the awakening climb towards overcoming.
Simple good vibes of piano-led, lo-fi warmth kick up the aptly titled and intimate new EP from Sweet Limb.
Dreamy musicianship and equally delicate, expressive vocals guide us softly into the embrace of a melodic and emotive Amor Nostálgico, from Stan Sitwell.
Lo-fi good vibes and smooth yet confident vocals craft an arena of consistently relevant ideas – rhythmic hip hop of precise and hypnotic origins.
the calm of late night escapism combines with the passion and desperation of a heartbroken writer.