Posts tagged "Trevor Something"

Single Review: Trevor Something Embraces Cold, Introspective Synth-Pop In ‘What You’re Doing To Me’

Trevor Something | What You’re Doing To Me | In Your Brain LLC Release Date: 15 January, 2021 Enigmatic musician and producer Trevor Something returns with his latest single ‘What You’re Doing To Me’. Following his previous 2020 LP ‘Deep Wave Data Dark Web Daemons’ which we reviewed in depth

Trevor Something | Deep Wave Data Dark Web Daemons | In Your Brain LLC Release Date: 8 May, 2020 Shrouded in an enigmatic realm; the bleeding neon works of Trevor Something creep and crawl within the walls of our tender veins, seeping through our arteries and burying themselves within the

As we approach April, 2019 has already proved itself to be quite a chaotic, and overwhelming year for many of us. Whether individually, culturally or communally, we find ourselves in difficult states of being in tumultuous times; often finding an inability to take a moment and immerse ourselves in creativity.

By Jenna Dreisenstock 2018 has been quite a year, with many exceptional releases stunning fans with brand news innovations and experimentations in sound, style and personality. From experimental avant-pop, to dreamy R&B inspired synth-love; the music world has sculpted an incredibly diverse experience for all. We’ve compiled a list of

By Jenna Dreisenstock The genre that is experimental music is in constant evolution; a label that can be both instantly recognisable as well as completely and utterly abstract and unable to define. The truest definition of dialectics, as we are constantly re-evaluating the definition for what experimental music truly is;

By Jenna Dreisenstock There are many ways to portray narratives; whether they be through novels, auditory journeys, television and film. Music videos are such incredibly powerful tools – a visual journey in perpetual motion with sound, the images conjured within as we listen to each track and are suddenly able

By Jenna Dreisenstock Image Credit: Unknown (Please let us know so we can add in proper credit!) Halfway through September I wrote the first part of a list regarding our favourite 15 innovative, spellbinding tracks that had been released so far: and the sheer excitement of what was to follow

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