Reflecting on the past, the concept and inevitability of growing old, the precious moments and the crazy ones alike. There’s a relatable weight to this idea of all of us being giants in our minds at one time or another.
Crafted as part of a bigger project, expected to be released in early 2021, Rainbow Diamonds sees Thousand Times join forces with Wonder Arillo, and pours through the speakers with a certain level of authority & recognisability alike.
Fusing a thoughtful and passionate hip hop core with a brilliantly unexpected soul-rock structure and sample, the track is nothing like you’d predict it to be, yet it’s everything you could hope for in an original, alternative and addictive song.
A stylishly retro beat meets with a uniquely raspy and rhythmic vocal on this latest release from hip hop’s RichPutt. The soundscape in particular grabs you from the offset, the crisp and clean finish fuses well with those classic details and layers that take you back to a simpler time.
Thousand Times’ return this year brings a gorgeously ambient and smooth RnB-fusion track with a softly soulful backbone. Seductively gritty vocals leads the way lyrically and melodically, running alongside a down-pouring of colourful synths and a sort of lightly throbbing energy level.
The Live Sessions is music for music’s sake, and if mainstream culture has made you forget what that sounds like, Torelli and the Fuse are here to remind you.
29 year old producer Thousand Times, a long standing favourite of ours, has linked up with GPME – a powerhouse talent agency that supports a wide range of pro athletes, musicians, and entertainers.
As a partner for the song, this is powerful, and notably unlike a lot of modern day videos you tend to stumble upon. Humans are interesting, and unique – we shouldn’t hide that. Realness is ultimately so valuable, as is art that embraces it.
The song is all at once delicate & striking, allowing you to escape into the music & the moment if you choose to, or redirecting your thoughts entirely as you witness this soulfully prominent voice delivering these unexpected lyrics.
Driven by the raw passion & warmth of a band who play for the love of playing, Summers’ Gone makes for an easy going groove that reaches out for the soul, or for those memories of a love that came & went.
The thing about being a musician is that there’s a unique way to communicate my mood to my band mates through colors & chords, like a special language.