A dude named Vivaldi once wrote a classical four-piece suite called the 'The Four Seasons'. Melbourne folk artist, Packwood, seems to be competing with his own take, complete with orchestral instrumentation. His upcoming album Vertumnus is currently being released in four parts, each part released on the first day of a new season. 'Obstinate' is the lead single from Hibernal, the winter section of his album, which at first confused me considering we're in the midst of Spring. But of course, Aussie seasons are different to that of the northern hemisphere.
Tagged ‘JpegGraveyard’, this obscure Soundcloud find merges spooky synths and over-compressed trap drums to create an eerie cacophany. It’s like staring into digital hell. The drop at 1:23 is earth-shattering.
Indie electronic producer and singer, Pat Grossi (AKA Active Child), delivers his signature choir-like falsettos over angelic arpeggiated synth harps. Quite the contrast to the last track, this is digital heaven.
The Swedish rapper's overuse of autotune and complete lack of energy is made even less charming by the line: 'my future's looking brighter than my urine test.'