Anthemic electronic rock with a conceptually intriguing undertone – Glasgow’s BAZ.M captivates with both design and lyric through a bold and energising Evil Twin.
The choice of instruments and production make this a timeless collection – and it’s a joyful listening experience, with a vibrant, beating heart that welcomes you in and has reserved you a seat by the fire.
What’s clever about the creative production is that you don’t see the onslaught approaching – there’s no pause and subsequent heavy drop like there would be in a traditional EDM piece. Somehow, somewhere along the way, Heidscrape capture and contain you within this whirlwind of audio escapism.
The bass, the vocals, the soul, the rhythm – everything just works in the way that you’d hope this genre would. The band offer a clear love for & connection to the music they make, which in turn creates something you can rely upon & turn to whenever you need it.
The perfect thing to accompany a laid back evening watching the sunset – or to wake you up in the hopeful mood required to carry good vibes with you all day long.