There’s something authentically original & creative about Acharya’s music – a sort of uninhibited, artful yet honest & deeply human aura comes through. Hopefully this is still just the beginning for them. In any case, Tilt is an EP absolutely worth the time it takes to listen.
This is why we turn to music in the first place, to seek out those moments in which the audio screams aloud for us, getting everything out in the open and relieving us of those inner struggles and confused feelings.
Chris B loads this track up with personal truth and a level of angst-filled expression – giving the release character, but also the potential to connect with hip hop fans who turn to the genre as something that will scream out on behalf of those issues they’ve been bottling up.
The variety and the refusal to fall below par or utilize filler to make it lengthier add even more worth to an already impressive and immersive hip hop collection.
This is about a love for music, for expression, for creating soundscapes within which audiences can truly feel embraced and free from the concerns of the real world.
This EP in its entirety is an absolute joy to listen to, so well crafted, really well arranged, and beautifully performed. If you’ve been looking for that fresh country playlist, classic and new all at once, poetic and thoughtful – look no further.
A brilliant bit of writing and musicality, an exciting introduction to the band and a refreshing, creatively free yet smart piece of music that’s a pleasure to hear right now.
Full Foolish Moon is a thing of simple beauty, humble and honest, expressive and calming to have fill the room around you. Gemini George has a way with songwriting.
Incredibly clever, supremely well written & produced. There’s such a stylish contrast between the realism of the lyrics & the somewhat magical, perhaps exaggerated feel of the instrumentation.
His music brings together creatively ambient soundscapes and gritty, emotional hip hop, showcasing the artist’s depth of consideration and unique approach to artistry from the offset.
The duo exercise a sheer love for music – their passion runs through everything, making this far more about the writing & the expression & being lost in the moment than anything deeply rooted in genre or specific styles.
For the most part, this is a beautiful piece of music, stunning even – it feels far more like a flower blooming than anything fading away.