Smoked out sound beds and lofi guitars sit gently with SWARVY’s voice creating a juxtaposition of melancholic, yet sweet, melodies that loop in your mind's ear long after the record stops spinning. "Bones" opens with a stripped back rhythm section and existential observations referencing the human condition of overthinking, a recurring theme throughout the EP. "Cool", "No Compute" and "Smile" subtly infuse Jazz, Funk and Hip-Hop elements, while "New Moon" plays out as a low slung hypnotic hymn echoing gracefully into the record's closer "Ginger"--a meditative ambient spiritual for solo piano.
Since relocating to Los Angeles in 2015, SWARVY produced a variety of records via DJ House Shoes's Street Corner Music, Leaving Records and Fresh Selects. His writing & engineering credits extend to dozens of tracks by artists such as Maxo, Earl Sweatshirt, Nia Andrews, Mndsgn, Liv.e and the late, legendary Tony Allen.
Limited edition green vinyl.