The music has a definite stamp of identity, the leading vocalist has the perfect rock-meets-EDM tone & performance style to deliver with weight.
Artdayn, the Singing Uber Driver, presents a distinctly fresh fusion of hip-hop & rock. From trip-hop or alt-pop to something much more Linkin Park-like.
It works on a distinctly human level, the chords & notes draw you in for their realness & honesty. It’s an experience many listeners will respond well to.
Some thought I was transgender. I’m big, I sing low. There’s a law in Russia that bans promoting homosexuality. They refused to work with me, just in case.
The rhythm & ongoing melody surround you quite hypnotically, closing you off to the noise of the outside world, making the experience about the here & now.
The set-up fuses distorted guitars with classic keys & a vibrant drum line. The artist’s characterful leading voice delivers the sentiment with power.
Keeps you intrigued throughout, right through to the finishing, chaotic moment that is Never Die. The vibrancy & energy exemplify life, living; rock & roll.
The indie-rock vibe is alive & kicking, yet Rhett’s voice rides alongside of it in a pop-meets-funk manner – something true to this artist’s sound alone.