After a year-long process, eclectic producer Psymun and singer/songwriter K.Raydio release their new album, LucidDreamingSkylines.
Anchored in unadorned beats and eerie samples, the instrumentation flickers and flows and flips on itself, a perfect foil to K.Raydio’s fluid melodies. Though often sultry and confident, as in the standout track “Flight,” K.Raydio doesn’t shy away from her dark side. On “Lobby Music” she sings of the temptation to fall back into a bad relationship, all atop a hypnotic looping chant. The song also features a tongue-twisting verse from Minneapolis rapper, Greg Grease. “Glass Houses” begins as a story of rejection before swirling into a bright daydream. And K.Raydio sounds both sorrowful and incendiary on “Sirens,” a song that comments on youth violence and racial profiling.
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