When trying to find ourselves, we try to organize thoughts and experiences into isolated emotions. These feelings form an individual’s values and beliefs. Some keep these thoughts to themselves, afraid to share with fear of criticism. Silcrow chooses to express his experiences outward with heavy hopes to inspire others to find themselves along the way.
His emotionally-charged, creatively-driven music has no rigid boundaries of genre, style, influence, or audience. Shifting genres like rock, hip-hop, indie, dance, pop, and bass in and out of each other demonstrates the “Silcrow sound. Additionally, as a mixing and mastering engineer for records on major labels to the likes of Atlantic, Big Beat, and Columbia to name just a few, his productions are highly professional.
Silcrow’s first release was an eclectic official remix of “Chicas” by hip-hop visionary Ruchir featuring a hybrid English/Spanish top-line by uprising vocalist Buto. This track erupted onto the scene when it was picked up by Trap Nation’s YouTube channel and gathered 1 million views in just over a week. The remix has seen great success on Soundcloud and Spotify as well with over 500,000 plays on the platforms combined.
He followed up this explosive release with an equally energetic remix of “Audio” by Diplo, Sia, and Labrinth’s new collaborative supergroup, LSD. A remix of “Movement” by Oliver Tree followed – a fusion of heavy bass music and straight rock’n’roll. The most Silcrow recent release was a downtempo dance remix of RL Grime & Daya’s “I Wanna Know”, showcasing his variety in taste and production ability by flipping the original into a bouncy dance tune. Yet to release an original, we can be sure it will be as inspired and soulful as anything he has put out when the time comes.
Satiating ears, eyes, and bodies through emotion and expression.