Rosie Lowe | Me & Your Ghost
Simply gorgeous. Devon-born South-London artist Rosie Lowe is streaming her first original song, the stunning “Me & Your Ghost”, taken from her forthcoming debut EP “Right Thing”, a joint effort with musician/producers Kwes and Dave Okumu. I’ve been searching around for Lowe’s four-track EP, before it hits the streets on December 2nd via 37 Adventures, but I’ve only heard this single song so far. It’s tremendous. The arrangement doesn’t fit neatly into a single genre. It’s free-flowing, soulful, slow-jam undercurrent is the pretty, candy half to the more electronic, experimental side. The blend is where the magic’s at. There are off-beat skitters, scuzzed-out guitar sounds, slick loops, elegant piano touches, stop-and-start glitches, bells, and synth scratches — that gives the music an-all around sense of beautiful displacement, swirling around the repeated phrase, “You were busy going underground, when I needed you the most.” This track is inventive and clearly sets a high standard for the rest of the EP. — David D. Robbins Jr.