Jordan Bratton‘s recent debut feature found the buzzmaking artist and producer stuck in The Grey area between love and exasperation, thanks to a certain woman’s fickle, manipulative behavior. A week and change later, her incessant mind games have him seeing red. As he puts it on the freshly-released follow-up single, “You’ve got me living in a Midnight Rage.” His cryptic, yet emotionally-charged verses come backed by insistent mid-tempo percussion and a powerful bassline. On the back, the record switches gears unexpectedly, transitioning into a soothing, string-led outro. Like what you’re hearing? More eclectic bangers await on debut album Grey Area, scheduled for independent release sometime this fall.
Written by richard on 09/10/13
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