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PODGE ‘CHANGE’ : Regurgitates it into a pallet of whimsy.

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Liverpool shapeshifter Podge’s proves once again why he’s one of the most unique voices currently out. Change is a sonic collage that travels a musical landscape imagined by Pode (Adam Charo)

The synthesizer armed, DIY sensible Adam Charo wields lyrical works heavy as the most technocratic sledge hammer. Adam has stated that he’d been heavily influenced by Japanese pop culture, which has bled into the projections of what his songs portray, via emotions as joy, gray, and astonishingly furtive.

Change adds another divine slice of melody and groove to a canon singles he intends to fire out over the coming months. Taking influence from modern Japanese culture and video games he creates a sonic landscape that is “joyful, catchy, glitchy and uplifting”

Adam has stated that he’d been heavily influenced by Japanese pop culture, which has bled into the projections of what his songs portray, via emotions as joy, gray, and astonishingly furtive. It cultivates your preamble thoughts and regurgitates it into a pallet of whimsy.

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