josh pan ditches digital on debut full-length album, ‘This Car Needs Some Wheels’
OWSLA‘s josh pan continues to show himself as an unstoppable power sure by no musical limits. Establishing his preliminary sound in heavy-hitting bass manufacturing however shortly showcasing his shapeshifting artistry from lure to accommodate to lofi-esque beats, pan’s newest manufacturing foray into the indie realm ought to come as no shock, however nonetheless defies all expectation. Teaming up with Mad Decent artist and pop producer Dylan Brady on the collaborative full-length mission This Car Needs Some Wheels, josh pan as soon as once more reinvents his model and subtly flexes his versatility as an ever-growing artist.
This Car Needs Some Wheels has many faces, and the one semblance of every observe to the subsequent is their minimalist stripped-down basis. The album’s overarching broodiness is smart within the context of pan opening up about his vulnerability and his human loneliness in an exquisitely uncooked type permeate tracks like “Past Lives” and “Save the World.”
“I used to be self-medicating quite a bit throughout this time, actually depressed, and in direction of the tip of writing the album, I noticed I might be pleased, that I don’t simply have to cover in myself, and that I might completely rely upon and belief different folks once more,” pan instructed Nest HQ.
A real idea album, This Car Needs Some Wheels expresses complexity in each themes and musicality from digital artists that lend rising credibility to the business’s rising crossover territory.