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Premiere: Seekay Unveils Poetic Electronica-Pop Track ”Hold” Featuring Chloe

Electronic music artist and producer Seekay returns with a deeply poetic electronica/pop track titled “Hold,” featuring Chloe’s ethereal vocal performance. Seekay has combined the power of music and lyrics to move the listener, make him or her feel, and ultimately provoke and expose humanity to be more humane. After the vividly creative “Hurts,” “Wonderful,” and “Candlelight” “Hold” is a track home to a guaranteed out-of-this-world feel that will make you want to get close to the person you love, if two souls are apart and regret taking the decision to take a break from each other, especially when the song goes:

“it’s the end of the day
bottom billed in LA
where are you when I needed you so
we thought it better if you go
but I was far too green to know
we all make mistakes and so
I need you so (and I need you so)
and I miss you, you know”

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There is a burning emotionality in Seekay’s music that is magically interpreted by Chloe when she sings. He has such a subtle way to passionately approach his creative process that it becomes inspiring for the listener to simply let go of all daily problems, and trust the artist in the transportative and atmospheric world he accompanies us to. 

The kind of artist who respects authenticity more than anything, Seekay finds inspiration in artists like Billie Eilish, Lorde, Tash Sultana, Galimatias/Alina Baraz, The Weeknd, Imogen Heap, and Tame Impala. The pure energy he was able to channel from start to finish on “Hold” is breathtaking, healing our souls through art, music, and poetry, and hypnotizing us for a couple of minutes of pure bliss. 

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Alex Winston shares raw emotions in sophomore album “Bingo!”

Alex Winston

Indie singer-songwriter Alex Winston has made a remarkable return with her highly-anticipated sophomore album, “Bingo!”. Released today, “Bingo!” is a 10-track masterpiece that captures the essence of Winston’s transformative “swamp era” by blending elements of old-school Americana, psychedelia, and unfiltered pop.

Crafted over three years, “Bingo!” demonstrates her musical evolution, embracing the uncertainties and discomforts of personal growth. The album’s lead single, “Stassia,” features jangly guitars and Winston’s piercing vocals, setting the tone for an album rich in texture and emotional depth.

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“Hot One,” a bass-driven pop anthem, channels the sweltering frustration of a Nashville summer, culminating in a defiant chorus that exclaims, “You can’t take my joy away / Hello, Satan, not today.” Meanwhile, “Swampland” offers a whimsical escape with its playful parade of flutes, horns, and hallucinatory guitar riffs, evoking a Mardi Gras of the mind.

One of the album’s standout tracks, “Where My Cowboys At?,” carries a bittersweet air as Winston celebrates youthful recklessness with pulsing guitars and atmospheric swagger. “Special Feeling” delves into the artist’s psyche, capturing the manic desire for recognition and connection.

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Winston’s vulnerability shines through on “Indiana,” an earnest ballad framed by muted acoustic guitar and clicky percussion. Her lyrical prowess continues in “The Cutting Board” and “Run On,” where she artfully dissects past relationships with a blend of naiveté and wit. The latter track’s relatable lament of mundane communication breakdowns highlights the album’s narrative.

As the album nears its end, “Mike’s Soup” juxtaposes buoyant melodies with introspective revelations, while “Jeremiah Johnson” provides a poignant conclusion. This final track recounts a moment of profound realization, leaving listeners with a sense of hopeful solitude and reflection.

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ScHoolboy Q Drops Hints on Kanye West’s “Unfair” Cancellation in New Track “Blueslides”

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ScHoolboy Q has been making waves with his latest album, Blue Lips, and it’s clear why fans have been buzzing. The standout track “Blueslides” is particularly intriguing, as it seems to take aim at a controversial figure in the music industry—most notably, Kanye West.

While Q hasn’t explicitly named names, speculation is rife that he’s referring to Kanye West as the artist who’s been “unfairly” canceled. Reddit user u/TheMisiak claims that Q gave it away during a live performance of the track, saying, “When Q performed ‘Blueslides,’ he didn’t censor himself like he did on the track itself. Just thought it was interesting that he waited until the tour to reveal who he was referencing.”

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The reaction has been mixed. Some fans have taken to Reddit to voice their disappointment with Q’s defense of Kanye, citing the rapper’s controversial statements and actions in recent years. The debate rages on—whether Kanye deserves this support or not, ScHoolboy Q’s stance will definitely keep the conversation alive.

What’s your take? Will ScHoolboy Q and Kanye West collaborate in the future? Drop your thoughts in the comments below and keep up with Honk Magazine for the latest updates from the music world!

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