Following on from his viral hit ‘Hi!’, Slovakian singer/songwriter and producer, FVLCRVM, has unveiled the release of his latest track – Words, a compelling display of the DJ’s refreshingly unique take on a wealth of deep electronica tones.
Laced with his own soothing vocals, FVLCRVM treads delicately across the tightrope of both mainstream and underground, showcasing his creative side by matching his indie-electro sound with addictive melodic chords and a cleverly crafted music video release.
Utilizing a range of natural landscape shots, and man-made experiences and moments of history, the deeply atmospheric and thought-provoking release follows suit of the viral ‘Shiten’ commercials, bringing FVLCRVM’s electronically crafted dystopia to reality.
Picked by Spotify as their number #1 for their renowned ‘Fresh Finds’ playlist, Bratislava artist FVLCRVM soon burst into the public consciousness when featured by both BBC Radio 6, and tastemakers Mary Anne Hobbs and Machinedrum.
Oscillating between a wealth of sub-genres, ‘Words’ is out now, cementing FVLCRVM’s reputation one of the most promising – and fast-rising – talents in the music world right now.
FVLCRVM was meant to be an innocent side project by a member of well established Slovak math-pop band NVMERI. But it got completely out of control after releasing the frst EP and remixes which got him instant recognition by big dogs from the clubbing scene. Only a few weeks after release he was chosen to participate on Red Bull Bass Camp Bratislava and Prague. No wonder he became quickly a confdent choice of Central European promoters as a side-act for artists like Hudson Mohawke, Just Blaze, Pomo, Tokimonsta, Falty DL and others.
His sound is a mixture of internet movements emerging from LA, New Jersey and Tokyo in latest years like Jersey Club, Footwork, Future Beats, Grime and genres with having no distinct name yet. But the strong emphasis on boomy beats and organic melodic compositions comes from his early years of being a tireless musician playing gospel music around Europe with a church band where he grew up.