Splice Sounds – I ordered takeout… and all you got was this stupid sample pack: Volume One by Stephen (WAV)

By | October 4, 2020


Publisher: Splice Sounds
Site: splice.com
Format: WAV
Quality: 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo

Description: Experimental electronic artist Stephen (aka Stephen Swartz) explores the deeply multi-layered resonance caused by social issues and personal perceptions of contemporary culture. In 2016, the Los Angeles-based singer / songwriter / multi-instrumentalist released his debut album, which has sincerely received praise from publications such as TIME, Billboard, VICE, FADER and The Independent. This marked the beginning of Stephen’s wide-ranging vision of global and political change, thanks to his penchant for multiple genres, thematic storytelling and a deep intimacy often lacking in contemporary electronic music.
After touring for Sincerely’s triumph, Stephen suddenly had to take a break from music. In 2017, he contracted Lyme disease, which set him back a year when he went through a major crisis of vital events. Returning in early 2019 with the release of his mini album It’s Too Much Love To Know My Dear, Stephen bought a one-way ticket to Thailand to reconnect with himself. For a moment he lost himself, enveloped in the beauty of the unknown and returned with inspiration to take a different road.
Now, in 2020, Stephen is ready to shed his old skin and connect with people who are beyond the power of music alone. His future music comes from an honest but vulnerable spot and doesn’t seem to be any different from anything he has done in the past.
This set is the result of his dedicated studio time filled with sushi and mixed with a bit of fun.

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