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FVLCRVM ‘Hate List’ : In the ever emboldening quest to take the listener, ever higher.

FVLCRVM

FVLCRVM’s ode to the things he hates is, ‘Hate List’. The track sounds like a 90s Rave anthem meeting pop music in the future. Think Salvador Ganacci, Chet Faker and Dua Lipa making music on an after hour in a Manchester warehouse.

Said the artist: “I rather became interested in what’s triggering certain choices and decisions and where does all this start. And that’s what EP ‘Attentioncore’ is mostly about. I became really comfortable with the constant flow of choices. But the ever increasing amount of possibilities is slowing me down every day and makes me spend more time choosing than consuming or creating something.”

Crisp. Rhythmic. Innovative. Engaging. FVLCRVM has impressed from the get go with dynamic use of his musical tools, in the ever emboldening quest to take the listener, ever higher.

FVLCRVM draws on a myriad of influences from soul, r&b, house, grime and footwork.

Taken from new EP ‘Attentioncore’ out July 17th.

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