Crywolf’s ‘Quixote’ Is an Eclectic, Untethered Electronic Composition

7 13 18 CrywolfCrywolf’s ‘Quixote’ is an eclectic, untethered electronic composition with a lot of energy. Writer and producer Justin Phillips says this is, “the first in a series of forthcoming singles, showcases the continued evolution of Crywolf’s sound in the direction of indie-electronic producers such as James Blake and Bon Iver, while remaining in a distinct lane of its own.” He describes his music as having “developed a more serene, dark, and cinematic palette, while retaining moments of intense energy that recall his roots in the electronic world.” Cinematic would definitely be a good way to describe this work. The funky-yet-haunting ghoul-like vocalizations that define much of the song really capture the sense of a weird horror novel or an off-color psychological thriller. There’s so much going on here that it’s kind of hard to put into words. Everyone should give this a listen. Check out ‘Quixote’ below!

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