Inspiration can come in many forms, and a rounded palate is as important as a specialism. It’s with that mentality that I juggle something of a dilemma from time to time in my tireless quest to provide a publication of merit… actually, that’s a lie. I’m often tired. Digressions aside, I know my strengths; if I don’t feel qualified to speak on something, I tend avoid it so as not to do it an injustice (or avoid embarrassing myself by overstating its value). But, with the sentiment of my first point in mind, there’s definitely value in reaching out of one’s comfort zone, and if yours is similar to mine then Let’s Buy Happiness is definitely reaching.
Fast Fast feels in a near perpetual state of buildup, tension expertly peaking, and then peaking further
The female led group, held in high regard in circles that actually know what they’re talking about, is set to release this single and B side on the 28th of February. Fast Fast feels in a near perpetual state of buildup, tension expertly peaking, and then peaking further, making the eventual payoff akin to the steam lid blowing off a kettle. Ending without any concession to a cool down, it’s perfectly accompanied by the soft, pensive acoustic turn in Devil Show.
Where do you feel your strengths and weaknesses lie when it comes to genre – and do you feel a synoptic influence to all art, regardless of its genre or medium? I’d love to know.