Savesomeone is a very telling artist name to go by, while many artists try to be overly clever with the concepts to their music – or even worse make it all about their self-aggrandization; this up and coming artist has a much better idea behind his sound. People have always needed music to survive, so with his latest self-titled EP, the Pittsburgh US-based artist created five soulfully resonant singles which will bring emotion to the forefront as you listen to the Lo-Fi Indie tracks unfold.
Even though Savesomeone gets pretty inventive with the vocal effects, they never strip the humanity away from their performance. There’s also plenty of authentic expression to be found in the sporadic switch-ups in the experimental soundscapes, instead of giving you archetypal Trap structures, the sweet and exposing tracks treat you to plenty of ingenuity instead.
You can also head over to their SoundCloud; you can check out the previous hauntingly resonant Trap mixes from the up and coming artist.
Review by Amelia Vandergast