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Winter EP

Review by Gary Hill

I’ve reviewed something from this act before, and enjoyed it. I like this three song EP a lot, too. It has a great combination of classic and modern musical sounds. It doesn’t really feel content to sit in any one genre. I should say that it does get some parental advisories, though. This is like classic R&B meets hip hop meets electronic music and more. It’s all good, too.

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Track by Track Review

The fast paced rapping is classy. The musical mix is electronic and weird for most of the duration. Some other vocals in the mix, though, lend a soulful texture at times. There are parts of this that make me think of OutKast. This does score a definite parental advisory.

Andromeda (Feat. BoneLang)
Getting even more parental advisories, this is angry and powerful. It’s more of a stripped back arrangement, but the rapping makes up for that for sure. There are some moments where the music is lusher, too. If anything, I like this better than I like its predecessor.
Mind over Matter (Feat. OYE)
The best was saved for last. This is quite a beautiful piece of music. It has an excellent slow groove to it. It’s very R&B and electronic in nature. The only issue here to me is the odd abrupt ending.
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