The Diverse Sounds of Krystal Brown
The new record from Krystal Brown is a bright and soulful combination of R&B, pop, and piano driven ballads with a contemporary backdrop that all feels like memories.
The Lady Sisyphus EP is like a diary of wonderfully graceful songs that each have a little something new to offer from soft and melodic vocals to synth pop and a colorful honesty and sheen that coats the whole thing.
Most songs come off cinematic and with a deepening feeling even with songs that have more of a digital sound to them.
This EP was a beautiful blend of natural and digital instrumentation, passion, and it all feels like it was built from life experience.
There are plenty of surprises and catchy hooks brought on with new sounds and emotions.
The EP was clearly a way for the artist to let out what she needed to and it all came through with a vibrancy that feels good to listen to.
Brown surely knows how to write a solid chorus and songs like "Sick Of Excuses" will have you singing the song in your head hours after it's ended.
Most impressive is the array of different songwriting styles on the record that each have their own atmosphere to bring to the table and only make the EP stronger.
If this was the way she needed to get things off her chest, then we're happy about it.
The best art comes from people that utilize it as a way to let go.
Krystal Brown is no exception to that rule.