Freshly crafted with a fine combination of crisp, contemporary elements and clear eighties inspiration – producer Maxime Luft delves into the art-form with passion and precision.
Feeling partly like classic trip hop escapism from yesteryear, and partly like a notably organic, neo-jazz groove – a moment of rhythm and spontaneity captured in time – the song offers up a series of quickly appealing elements; all which combine to craft something awesomely addictive.
Quality production really lets this stand tall – the sort that not only strengthens the song within but also offers numerous elements and layers that help keep it uplifting and bright sounding, right the way through.
Carry On shows us that positivity and hope don’t have to be these soft, tender things that are only talked about in more approachable pop tunes, but that they can serve an integral purpose in hip-hop as well.
Lucy, Racquel and Me have that something special about their songwriting, and always the professional finish lets it hit with memorable impact. Melancholy Fraise is a genuinely impressive album.
Pall Simon has woven multiple layers of synths & sounds, fusing the natural world with something a little more dreamlike or electronic. There are plenty of audiences out there who thrive under the blanket of this kind of thoughtfully crafted EDM.
There’s a lot of longing in these songs, a lot of deep thinking and all of those things we all feel from time to time but don’t necessarily speak up about. This album gracefully screams them out for you.
The level of effort & detail on this EP is fantastic, everything has been thoughtfully incorporated & crafted & it makes for a massively enjoyable playlist. Expect big things from this direction.
Far from the usual set-up. The music has a retro feel, classic or vintage synths & early electronic-style riffs craft beautiful & captivating audio.
Music can be more universal than words to express emotion. Regardless of your mother tongue, you’ll understand & build a personal interpretation.