Posts Tagged ‘Father’

January 26, 2018

Some mighty fine music displaying a wide range of genres has been surfacing out of Ireland these days. Our latest such treasured find is a project named RTL, created by an artist named Rob Toal-Lennon who hails from Wicklow. He’s lures us into his world with a contemplative R&B soul song named Father, the opening track from his superb EP “Much Love.”, which he describes as an accumulation of 5 years of planning, writing, & recording. RTL’s attention to detail is more than obvious on inebriating Father. An eclectic array of elements compound the mellow swaying song. He knits together jazzy hip hop, bluesy soul, and acoustic R&B on his chill lilting jam. You can stream RTL’s Much Love. EP in full via Soundcloud, here.

January 18, 2018

Darkwave duchess ABRA strikes again with a brilliant new tune. The much buzzing Atlanta based singer songwriter and producer haunts us with barbed hip hop and vaporous R&B on misty and gossamer B.R.A.T, a cheeky lo-fi jam produce by Father. B.R.A.T is a wicked track that reminds us of ABRA’s earlier tracks. Take a trip down memory lane and re-visit those spaciously atmospheric gems on Soundcloud, here.

May 17, 2017

It’s impossible not to be struck by the beauty of this next video, which was filmed in the Lebanese mountains. It’s also inevitable that you’ll fall for London-based Iranian musician and producer (and ex-Sunday Times correspondent) Cyrus Shahrad’s profoundly moving music as Hiatus. Father, which arrives ahead of his third LP, is a lush, cinematic opus. Its ornate makeup and lavish orchestral consistency are like a mixture of Bonobo and J.Viewz, panoramic and rife with cathartic emotion. Father’s video tells a touching story about a 14 year old boy who has lost his father to a heart attack. The grieving boy’s subconscious is depicted in the magical realistic imagery of the clip. For more of Hiatus’ music, visit his Soundcloud, here.

February 15, 2017

Though we’ve yet to find out whether Kylie Jenner is or isn’t involved in buzzing electronic trio Terror Jr, the same group that harbors an undying love for purple grapes and gave us that forward thinking future pop album named Bop City late last year, we do know for a fact that Felix Snow is one of the two producers in that troupe. The prolific electronic artist has remixed his own groups’ candy coated bubbler, Come First, and he calls it his “based mix”. This would most certainly be because the surprise edit features Father and none other than Bay Area’s legend, Lil B the BASEDGOD. Come First is turned into an epic hip hop meets future pop jam, snappy and feisty, hooking and perky. Felix Snow’s based mix is on a remix package that also features Ryan Riback and Kid Froopy, out now, here.