WFNM Roundup #11 – Mulholland Blond, Fluencee, Swardy, Jacke Tripp
Mulholland Blond is here with his third single “XXX”. This song dives in with interesting & experimental sound design that sends a killer mood. The vocals are effortlessly smooth; gliding through each section of the song & steadily growing with confidence & charisma. This is a promising sound for pop’s newcomer.
Fluencee has just released his cool new track “Foxgloves”. A telephone ring gets underscored by an atmospheric piano before being joined by a sultry vocalist. The drop bumps, with horns wailing out a hooky melody over an awesome groove; it’s well-crafted production that feels specific to Fluencee’s taste and transitions back to mellowness with ease. “Foxgloves” is a solid introduction for new fans of Fluencee.
Swardy has just released his debut solo EP titled “Here On My Own”. Half of OWSLA duo The M Machine, Swardy’s debuting with a distinctive style & vibe that blends genres effortlessly while staying true to its EDM heart. Cited as an influence of Porter Robinson who gave his endorsement for this EP, it’s clear Swardy is has an incredible amount of support for this new solo venture.
Jacke Tripp has released his third single “Nights Never Change”. Minimalistic percussion underscores as rising vocals deliver the refrain. The verses are mellow rap verses with a quiet intensity; there’s an anger than underscores the words without getting too explosive. “Nights Never Change” is solid third track from Jacke Tripp.