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Sulkin’ Raven – Okay, for Real This Time (Spotify)

“Brand new and very emotional chilling work from Sulkin' Raven. An electronic music producer who combines the ambient sounds for passive listening with the grooves for the active ear.”

-Nagamag.com

Artist shared with us few words about this song:

"When I wrote this EP back in 2016, it was the first time I set out to release music on my own without any collaborators. I had worked with my band members or worked with filmmakers on musical projects in the past but never solely by myself, so this was a new adventure for me. At the time, I was still very unsure how to capture the sound in my head, and what I ended up releasing wasn't very representative of what I wanted at the time. I didn't know who I was as an independent artist, and I lacked the skills to manifest the sounds in my head without others' help. Following my first EP's release, I continued to experiment and develop as an artist, leading to better and better music from Sulkin' Raven. Now I feel like I have found myself as a craftsman, a composer, and an artist. Because I was so unsure of myself when releasing my first EP, I never promoted the songs much because I knew deep down they weren't me, and they weren't representative of the sounds that were in my heart. Now I've re-made, re-shaped, and re-released the EP, bringing it up to my current standard for my music. Now it’s a release I'm truly proud of and something I feel excited to share with everyone in the world. Okay, for Real This Time represented how I felt then, and it is how I feel right now with this new version of this old track"

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Sulkin' Raven is the brain child of Kevin De Nicolo. Combining elements of synthwave, chiptune, psych-rock, and ambient music. Kevin performs live stream jams on Twitch.tv

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Sulkin’ Raven – Oxygen (Spotify)

Sulkin’ Raven – Oxygen
(Spotify)

Sulkin’ Raven

Los Angeles based producer and vocalist Sulkin’ Raven has tapped into a brilliant blend of lush, atmospheric synths with Gameboy-created beats on “Oxygen”. The final edition in a series of singles released over the past year, the spacey cut marks a point of deep maturation for Sulkin’ Raven as he meditates on the notion that “retreating to your comfort zone can leave you feeling suffocated from isolation.” It also comes equipped with his first music video, featuring choreographed dance and an analogue television installation piece from Slim Reaper.

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