“The Red Pill EP” is the first self-produced offering from Flowdan.
“The Red Pill EP” looks to shed light on society and expose truths that may have otherwise gone unnoticed. As his first self-produced release, the EP is rife with the definitive Flowdan Grime sound, meshed with a selection of inspired musical highlights and talented featured artists.
Teaming up with Grime Pirate Radio King Jammz on lead track “Savage”, Flowdan reiterates the importance of having conviction in yourself. “The Red Pill EP” also features appearances from Snowman Baby whose melodic tones glide alongside Flowdan’s direct delivery on opening track “Upset” and fellow Roll Deep member Roachee. Utilising the latter’s flair for storytelling on “Time Is Money”, Flowdan’s foreboding production sets the tone as he and Roachee deliver a powerful reminder that time is money, because you will never have enough of either, and some of the dangers of this inevitability. Looking at the subject of ‘Cancel Culture’, Flowdan closes the EP with solo track “Tell Me Nothing”.
Grime, a descendant of garage, dancehall and hip-hop born roughly a decade ago on the streets of the UK, is now entering maturity, with several of its stars finding themselves experiencing the trappings (and the traps) of major label success. But there’s also an increasing universality in its subject matter and themes, and a playfulness … Continue reading Album of the Week: The Surgery EP → Bandcamp Album of the Day Dec 5, 2011
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Between the gorgeous vocal stylings that create a beautiful atmosphere to this track, the dark deep dubstep contrasts with a doom like wobble destine to give chills to friend and foe alike. Travisinmotion