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The founders of the group FAMLY and co-producer Cousn delivered their debut album in October on Irvine Welsh’s new label, Jack Said What. The ten-track LP showcases a myriad of solo and collaborative creations with rapper Surya Sen among other rising stars, resulting in a multi-dynamic workgroup.
cousin Describe the roots of their project and the collaborative process behind the album. “Being true cousins, we first met each other as little kids. But it was only after we formed Cousn at 16 that we started this crazy journey together that we started this crazy journey together. Since then, through the FAMLY Connection group, we have created a slew of like-minded artists from all over the world. The walks of life we can now call FAMLY.We all work in music, art, videos, and events, and our album is going to show. Not only as Cousn but also our extremely talented group.”
They introduce us to other artists that appear on the album. With Tom Williams on drums, features from Surya Sen, Scott Booth, Luca Manning, The Fluffy Teddy Bear, artwork and videos from Harry Coke, Hector Bell, Jenn Leung and Marco Bardusco-Brazier, remixes Straight from the FAMLY Connection group.FAMLY Jewels were inspired by our determination not to rank Cousn’s sound, but to enjoy working with the people we love and start being uniquely ourselves.We are really excited to share the album that took years to make, but now
It just feels like the beginning of an ongoing journey together.”
The album opens with the extension always famous, an electronic boom meets the spoken word. The velvet voices of North London rappers Syria Sin Combined with a powerful bass line and crisp percussion, it creates a bouncy soundscape that evokes serious vertical movement.
cousin They present their first solo track from the album with Today Is Yours, adding to the lively atmosphere. An enhanced melody looms among a powerful female voice calling,Come back, come back to yourself.” Full of brave energy, it’s perfect for an ecstatic dance floor.
fluffy teddy pier conveys a pleasant atmosphere for us to close our eyes and faint. Soft singing goes hand in hand
Futuristic synthesis tones, boiling with a surreal tint, causing us to translate unusual words in our own way.
despite its name, the final level Not the album closing melody. The chords collide with the percussive rhythm, forming a sense of urgency. It’s a fast number, which gives us insight cousin More incubator sound board.
Get Some Sleep follows a suit dominated by a ghostly female voice. Percussion like wind chime and low-key kicking drums
Clatter, allowing the words to set the mood. It conveys a melancholy vibe as if it provides a moment for reflection before we fall down the rabbit hole in the Hold Me Closer feat. Luca Manning. this time, cousin The calming voices of Glasgow artist Luca Manning work in a shimmering array of cheerful rhythms and bright chords. Great cooperation between cousin A Roundhouse resident.
The club-driven track is the most Big Fat Acid feat. Syria Sin. Thick rhythms contrast with Sen’s spoken word, resulting in an undulating atmosphere with a touch of tension, the latter of which elicited Sen’s speed of delivery.
Hello Hello transports us into an electric world of sparkling melodies and spooky vocals, mirroring the title of the track, drawing us into a dream of floating grooves and sharp vocal wash. It’s an edgy yet attractive show.
The penultimate track, the corner, pairs warm bass with vocals steeped in frequencies, swirling against muted drums and fuzzy high-hats. It’s exciting but also spectral, evoking the picture of the bitter end to the after-party. Other excellent co-op features on Mala’s closing track, such as cousin Collaboration with Brighton-based musician Scott Booth. Closing the album on a somber note, the three artists combine their tastes to color a beautiful, heart-warming track that swings with drum breaks and sparkling piano notes. With no vocals, it’s an abstract but moving ending for a charming group, allowing us to enjoy the warmth of the album after hours of listening.
cousin They are a Bristol-born duo whose close family bond as cousins translates to their musical productions. Alfie and Billy Goffey produce with a dynamic approach, showcasing their strengths as contemporary electronic music artists. Together, the pair run a group called FAMLY Connection, where they operate emerging talent in the fields of music and visual arts. since formation cousin Alias in 2013 at the age of 16, the couple headed home, disco, acid and punk in their own unique way, delighting discerning audiences around the world. As a DJ, Goofy’s Cousins performed the soundtrack Warehouse project, printing and movement work, secret garden party, Among other things.
luxury jewelry Reflects the pair’s free-thinking aesthetic in the electronic domain, and highlights the innate skills of two blood related friends who are open to collaboration. Offers insight into their light world while emphasizing the husband’s earnest mindset in the studio and ability to bring up other artists along the way – something that is in keeping with Irvin Welch’s newly launched spirit. Jack said what Label.
01. Almost Famous (with Surya Sen)
02. Today is yours
03 – Fluffy teddy bear
04. The final stage
05. Get some sleep
06. Hold Me Closer (feat. Luca Manning)
07. Big Fat Acid (with Surya Sen)
10. Mala (feat. Scott Booth)
Release date: October 21, 2022.
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