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Melt into the Experimental Funk in Benzo Fabulous’ Alt Pop single “Jonathan in Jerusalem”

For some artists, experimentalism comes at the cost of accessibility, yet up and coming Alt-Pop artist Benzo Fabulous found the perfect balance in their Lo-Fi Garage Pop single “Jonathan in Jerusalem”.

Discernibly, Benzo Fabulous allows their creativity to lead the way when constructing their singles instead of their desire to appeal to the masses with a plastic and uniform sound. As a result, Jonathan in Jerusalem is laden with Psychedelic Funk and has plenty of Avant-Garde aural mayhem to throw your way.

The Brighton-based artist is definitely one to watch if you enjoy melting into off the cuff and endearingly eccentric tracks.

You can listen to Jonathan in Jerusalem for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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1 Comment

  • Reply
    Werner
    25 August 2020 at 8:41 am

    The example or the excerpt which you can hear here is not so fascinating for me.

    I like to listen to music that is complex, sometimes chaotic and often not so accessible. With the sample you can hear here, I have the impression that the singer simply intones wrong.

    Okay, maybe the music is a bit weird as if you were on a trip and you have to listen to more of it to get a better feeling for the music.

    Who knows? Maybe I will do it after all…

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