A fantastic EP, in short – nice at first, superb by the mid-section, unmissable by the end.
“I write about a lot of emotional distress, struggles with depression, anxiety, tough subjects in general. But it really helps to take these dark subjects and sing about them in a way that’s humorous—sometimes sardonic would be a better word.”
Heavily ambient, distorted yet smooth, emotive yet on point for the contemporary scene – Systovis pours his heart in this new release, and drives with a retro-electronic creative edge in the same instance.
A bold collaboration – a fierce, fiery single, which refreshingly marches to the beat of its own drum.
Great vocals, a little emo-rock or nineties-esque in expression and emotion, mixed in faultlessly for the contemporary electro-pop sound – yet not at the expense of genuine connection to the subject matter.
The whole thing feels a little like a piece of theatre, stage-ready with your imagination to fill in the visuals.
Sometimes love and life have different plans. Sometimes the one we dream of – our soul mate – can’t quite be reached. In this case, time proved the antidote.
Always resolving back to this rhythmically addictive & lyrically fresh hook, Centipede is creatively on point – feeling authentic, new yet comforting in its professionalism, and alternative in the way that so many Outkast tracks were back in the day.
Directly addressing the chill-hop, lo-fi sound of the moment amidst a beautifully creative edge, F2MS designs ambient soundscapes that hypnotically embrace listeners for that essential calm & control.
Strong rhythms, fairly raw and real sounding, plus fragments of sound, synths, detail, even voice, guide listeners through this occasionally familiar yet largely unpredictable journey, as it slowly but surely gathers momentum.
Stylishly blending the calming, immersive nature of ambient sound design, with a clearly creative & uninhibited backbone of identity, producer and artist fÄst delivers a self-defined sensory experience like no other.
Featuring the vocal stylings of Marco George, I Think I Don’t Know Ya introduces Navin Bhatt’s unique fusion of dance and pop amidst a somewhat nostalgic, eighties-esque depth of sound and wash of distance.