We're back again with Russian Artist, Module One. At just 22 years-old he's already had a stack of releases including an ambient album on Detroit Underground. 'Hometown' was written in the depths of Russia in a place called Novocherkassk, whose industrial cityscapes made a great impact on the overall sound of the album. Most of the tracks were written in a few takes. Most notably, the track 'Innermost Self' is a dedication to Module One's grandma who passed away a short time ago. Due to a tragic sequence of events, he was unable to see her before she fell into a coma. The track is overloaded with tension and fear as well as stark anxiety.
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I don't know what I could add other than Synkro creates a wholly unique vibe with his Apollo releases and it hits a lot of us girls in the feels. That's why I have every Synkro joint on Apollo. I love it, the girls love it, and of course, guys love it. VIBES. edenalison
As recovery girl, Galen Tipton has created pop music for dancing back from the cliff’s edge, taking despair and anger and fear and turning it into a healing potion, an extra life when one is most needed. Bandcamp Album of the Day May 1, 2020