With a glitchy, stutter-step backbeat and lightning-fast piano licks, Anomalie shows his ultimate versatility. Blurring the lines between modern jazz and lo-fi/hip-hop sounds, he created a lively and inviting atmosphere. Here is what Nico shares on his latest release:
The name comes from how the song sounds - it felt bouncy like a basketball and kind of fluid like a stream of water. Arrangement-wise there are a few synths here and the drums are still very much at the center of the track, but it’s really all about the upright piano.
As it was the case for the first single, "Bond", the track’s main theme is one I’ve had in my head for a while but it really started making sense to me once I was able to explore different variations of it on the upright which, as a recent acquisition, really influenced the direction I’m taking with the whole project!
This is the second instrumental single off his upcoming album, so stay tuned.