Always becoming is easily going to be your new favorite EP by March 7th. Composers and producers Melissa Grey & David Morneau, and Robert Kirkbride will release this bubbly and brain-tickling EP that is an acoustic, instrumental mix all the way from New York, US. It’s a dream pop sound with no vocals, a totally new experience of sweet pop instrumentals. This is the second release of the EPs, with collaborations with different artists through sound and visuals.
Always becoming is literally what this EP feels like sonically. The music signifies movement. It feels as if you’re always going to be in a state of change, even though you may not feel this change so heavily with every move. Yet there are subtle things in life that will tell you that you have grown and grown. The music is a collage of bits and pieces bubbly, soothing, and moving. It will feed your senses and you will enjoy the experience of music that is relaxing with a lot of texture to it. The overall sound of the EP is uplifting and just the ultimate chilling vibes. Although the music is a slow rhythm with a sense of magical and ethereal vibes, there is still a hint of darkness every now and then that makes the sound much more interactive and rich.
The EP is made of 4 songs that sound like they are intertwined and never-ending. Small differences make the division between each of the songs, and that’s the beauty of this EP. The soundscape is always an acoustic guitar bed with the mixing of magical sound effects, xylophone, and harps. You’re just going to fly with every note that is played! The harmonies are cheerful and lowkey intense. There are occasional drum invasions that just set the tone of the songs to a higher drama scale. The cascading effect of the harps and guitar are just phenomenal. For some reason, the music cooks up childlike feelings and emotions of innocence and simpler times. Feelings of no fear. Sometimes the songs have ghostly sound effects that are also very special. You’re going to get super grounded with this EP!