Chillwave never gets the support it deserves. In a time when everyone wants to turn in a general upward direction, it's fantastic to hear a track devoid of heavy hi-hats and nonsensical rhymes. Fortunately for us, Brooklyn's very own Vulkan the Krusader has come through with that good stuff on his latest track "Echo Chamber". Described as the struggle between a devoted man and his newly discovered promiscuous girlfriend, the light etherial Yakamoto Kotzuga produced song relies heavily on sound storytelling and elements to get the message across. "Echo Chamber" is the third title from Vulkan's upcoming project, VX-13: Do You Remember Love, and will be released for your listening pleasure on Valentine's Day.
As a bonus here's another joint from the album. While it doesn't emit the same chill vibes as the former track, "Never Coming Back" creates a nice juxtaposition through its upbeat and toe tapping nature . With a twangy guitar sound and a grooving drum beat, Vulkan's slick rhymes skills are more than evident.
Vulkan The Krusader
- January 27th, 2014