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Brendan Philip - Cul+ure Power Vol. 0 (2015

8-11-2015, 13:40
Music | Soul | R&B | Alternative | FLAC / APE

Title: Cul+ure Power Vol. 0
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Dine Alone Records
Genre: Alternative,RnB, Soul
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 00:20:44
Total Size: 143

01. Brendan Philip - Ghostface (03:35)
02. Brendan Philip - Via (03:59)
03. Brendan Philip - Row (feat. Matthew Progress) (02:55)
04. Brendan Philip - Holiday (02:24)
05. Brendan Philip - Coupe (04:02)
06. Brendan Philip - Way Down (03:46)

Singer-songwriter Brendan Philip has been cutting his teeth artistically for the past few years via collaborative work with fellow Toronto artists, including Keita Juma, with whom he teamed for 2014's bouncy house-influenced "Come Over." However, 2015 has seen him break out definitively on his own.
Philip issued his debut, self-titled EP in May, just ahead of his appearance at Arts and Crafts' Field Trip festival, and he's now following up that set with Cul+ure Power Vol. 0, another EP on Fake Art/Dine Alone Records.
The EP features Philip's penchant for presenting his voice in electronically and naturally induced modes, while retaining intimacy. It's an attribute that remains paramount in identifying the appeal of Philip's music. Leading off with the jazzy fragmentation of "Ghostface," the EP also features the woozy insistence of "VIA" and the upbeat house of "Way Down."
Despite the sonic variety on display, Philip's layered vocals, cushioned by warm, electronic sounds, are the impressive common denominator.

Brendan Philip served notice that he was an artist to watch when he won the prestigious Harbourfront Soundclash Award in Toronto in 2013 and later signed with leading indie label Dine Alone. NCM's Noah Siegel praised his eponymous debut EP earlier this year, and he now returns with another strong mini-album, CULT+RE POWER VOL.0. Philip describes his electro-accented sound as post R &B, and reference points include Frank Ocean and early The Weeknd. Sparse and staccato beats are placed underneath his gently floating and soulful vocals, and the results are quietly persuasive. Feel the power indeed. Of note: Philip guested on Toronto emcee Keita Juma’s recent house-hop hit track ‘Come Over".

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