Daily Tune

— 01/07/2020

Minimalistic whispers and simmering synths smoothly start Off Kilter, a track lifted off Harvey Causon’s debut EP Fourth Wall. With a pulsating beat moving somewhere in the contemporary RnB terrain and a subtle, yet diving bass line, the single has goosebump potential. The Bristol-based artist dives into existential topics on the track and sings, “they observe, and they learn you”. While his vocals – from whispers, to distortion, to clear and crisp falsettos – echo over the versatile instrumentation, the distorted synths create a somewhat unsettling and mysterious vibe. Off Kilter hits just the right middle ground between the different elements and production styles without sounding unnatural.



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