Swarvy’s Elderberry comes crunchy and warm from the jazzy and soulsonic EP of some really raw hip hop beat-making. Hailing now from L.A., originally from Philadelphia, Leaving welcomes multi-instrumentalist & producer Swarvy to the circle of synergy.
A smart album that encourages many listens in order to take it all in, Due Rent is the type of album that uses it lowkey nature to hook listeners in. There is so much going on with this album, both in lojii's rhymes and Swarvy's beats, that you just have to sit with it for a while and keep going until you've absorbed it all. Wonderful project, hopefully they reconnect again somewhere down the line. Richard Giles
Mndsgn out-did himself with this one. His entire catalog is solid, but I find breatharian most compelling. He's definitely been one of my most listened to musicians as of recent months and has been a stepping stone to so many other unique, expiremental sounds. dishonestABE