Knox White joins forces with vocalist Nikki Segal for “The Morning”, an immediately memorable, distinctive track with saturated aesthetics that bring to mind 80s new wave parties in a dark industrial basement. The mix is organic, direct and edgy, allowing the vocals to soar atop the instrumental, and really channel a fuller expressive range.
The synth tones are perhaps the star here: these phrases are fat and fuzzy, with a stark, bass and energetic feel. It balances a dark, mysterious vibe with a disco track you can sing along to after the first chorus. Dig it.
Don’t sleep on Knox’s other new jam “Good Bi Girl” either.
TBE fave Knox White took a page out of Childish Gambino’s most recent release and made it his own. Laid back R&B vibes melt over you as you listen to “You’ve been my girl.” I’m imagining a dance-floor on the beach, on the sand, at night, tea lights surrounding you and your loved one as you boogie til sunrise.
Knox White funks the door down with his debut single! “I Tried To Change, I’m Still The Same” is a densely layered synth-vox pop lament about a lost love. The phasing synths and constant beat create a hypnotic state that can transport its listeners to a whole new state of reflection. Perfect for those slow morning strolls to the middle of nowhere.