Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Multi-instrumentalist Frythm releases ethereal album, Flow

 
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Los-Angeles multi-instrumentalist Frythm has released his album, Flow via SXN (a.k.a soulfulxnature). The producer has performed as support for musicians like Svdden Death, Slushii, Deorro, Daedelus, Great Dane, Sonnymoon, Huxley Anne, Astronautica, and Eureka The Butcher. His previous appearance at the Neon Desert Music Festival 2017, saw him performing with acts such as Migos, Foster The People, Khalid, Mija, and J Balvin.

Frythm speaks about the new album, “I spent weeks reading into the philosophy of “flow” after coming off a few months of writers block I entered a deep meditative state. I came back with a repeated voice inside of my head telling me to look within and let my body take full control of the creative process. I instantly began writing the record, just moving naturally not giving much deep thought or logic to the process of things, and just allowing it to just happen. This was the easiest time I’ve ever had writing a record and felt like everything came to be so naturally, The “Flow” album is conglomerate of my subconscious’s natural actions.”

Frythm lets his creativity loose in his new LP, creating a fresh sound that is not clouded by fear of standing out.

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