The Personal And Beautifully Lo-Fi Sounds Of beat root
A new EP release from beat root hits that indie-pop spot with ambient tones, drifting vocals, distanced guitars and a full band feel.
The Basement Demos EP is a well wonderfully woven record with personal singer songwriter tracks that build and swell, some cinematic vibes, and emotional platform.
Songs at times make you think of artists like Daniel Johnston while others have a much bigger feeling soundscape but it's all got a staple tonality to it that makes it unique.
These songs come from someplace real; someplace from the artist's life, and it's clear beat root utilizes his music to let some of that emotion out.
This is a part of what makes this record addictive. You begin to have a connection with these songs and at times feel like they were written for you. It's quite a great feeling and it's not something you come by too often.
beat root has a way of creating music that makes sense to you and can actually pull at your heart strings and get a reaction out of you.
This is an amazing display of a young songwriters journey and evolution into what he will become soon enough.
Acoustic guitars drenched in reverb, Elliot Smith Style vocal approaches, and an energy that has its own color, Basement Demos really isn't a demo at all.
This is a chapter of the artist's life put into song and released into the world for everyone to see and hear.
More artists should follow suit because this is what people want to hear.
Dig into this EP from beat root.