Ther curator of this collection of powerful artists, Father Hotep brings his smooth voice over beat juggling samples over beats in a stormy smooth vocal delivery. He has brought together a panel of performers that delver a power packed presentation.
Deja Carr’s voice is a force of gravity, an instrument of rare range and seemingly limitless capacity for empathy. When she howls, her vocals clip into the red, and her rapping jolts you straight awake. On *Kiid*, her first full LP, her voice is raw, collected, and honest, scaling heights that you may have forgotten were there.
Mari Geti find frantic energy as they explore their range of yelps and yammers over a beat that sounds less like hip-hop and more like downtempo indietronica. But there is undoubtedly a talent here that will find a home in the ears and hearts of many listeners, a unique weirdness that is worth keeping an eye on.
LUCY is a local Northampton legend, singer songwriter/ one half of the local punk outfit taxidermists/ electronic group club casualties- and phenomenal crowd pleasing pop influence. there is a phenomenal force in cooper's presence that waxes poetic in almost unearthly frequency as songs "the rock" motivate frantic energy with dizzying symmetry and speed.