Glare Cursed by Evan Mix: An Experimental Journey

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Evan Mix’s upcoming album, “Glare Cursed,” offers a diverse and experimental collection of tracks that push the boundaries of traditional music production. Scheduled for release on April 5, 2024, this album features 8 tracks, each showcasing Mix’s unique style and vision.

The album opens with “The Descending of Remains,” a 6-minute track that immediately sets the tone for the rest of the album. The production here is super experimental, with Mix exploring unconventional sounds and textures. While the length of the track might be a bit daunting for some listeners, those who appreciate avant-garde music will find a lot to love here.

“Where Should I Ask?” follows, featuring interesting synth elements and a solid beat. At 3 minutes, it’s a more digestible track compared to the opener. However, the lyrics could use some work, feeling somewhat lacking compared to the strong production and vocal delivery.

“Alyosha Left” continues the experimental journey, with Mix playing with multiple vocal tracks and beats. While the beat could use some refinement, the overall experimentation is commendable.

One of the standout tracks on the album is the title track, “Glare Cursed.” Here, Mix finds a perfect balance between the beat and vocals, creating a cohesive and engaging listening experience. The production is still experimental, but it feels like Mix has found his stride here.

“Jerk and Jerk” is another highlight, boasting a full production that feels complete and well-crafted. The synth work is particularly impressive, creating a vibrant and dynamic atmosphere that is hard to resist.

“Daring Without Shame” takes a more intimate approach, showcasing Mix’s versatility as an artist. The production remains experimental, but the overall vibe of the song is unique compared to the rest of the album.

“Mooshee Ooshees” dives back into full production, almost to the point of excess at times. However, Mix manages to reign it in, delivering a track that is both experimental and cohesive.

The album closes with “I Think About Her Every Day,” a slow-burning track that serves as a great outro for the project. While the beat feels a bit too fast for the vocals, the production is top-notch, creating a haunting and atmospheric conclusion to the album.

Overall, “Glare Cursed” is a bold and ambitious album that showcases Evan Mix’s talent and creativity. While some tracks may not hit the mark completely, the experimental nature of the album is its greatest strength. Fans of avant-garde and experimental music will find a lot to love here, making “Glare Cursed” a worthwhile listen when it releases next month.

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