This album comes as a genuine & welcome surprise, the detail & complexity of the project in its entirety is stunning. A rare & perfectly well presented concept album, this is undeniably fresh & hugely impressive.
The immense new release from artist & creative producer Cody JN. The track emerges like no other & continues to overwhelm with a continuously experimental, hypnotic soundscape that cascades around you.
This feels like a long lost hit from a simpler time. The beat & the vibrancy, the build up to the hook, the hook itself – all of this works in the way that mainstream music does. The added benefit is that this feels totally alternative right now.
Exactly the song you’d expect it to be, as well as nothing like you might have anticipated. Young Mane lets his lyricism & anger run wild, giving off something of a freestyle feel at first, later evolving into this rhythmic, hypnotic spiral of lines & moments.
A totally unexpected EP for so many reasons. The music alone makes for something you rarely come to experience anymore. As things progress, you’re introduced to more & more intricacies & traits of the character behind it all.
There are numerous times throughout this project at which something completely surprises, really helping keep it appealing & enjoyable. This is an extremely personal, characterful album that also presents a lot of skill & thoughtfulness.
The unexpectedly haunting new single from Pauline Frechette. This dark or deeply reflective jazz aura emerges, alongside of which Pauline’s emotional performance seeks to captivate & hypnotize listeners.
It’s always interesting when you come across a musical composition that seems to, in its own artistic way, represent its concept by means of every element involved. The song underlines a sense of emotional disconnect with every fibre of its being.