A Brooklyn-based solo singer-songwriter, producer and visual artist – Ang Low brings something new and necessary to the dinner table by focusing on the dark themes of religion and love.
Having been sent to prison and suffering from depression, mentally, in his cell, Ang Low has since become able to transform his harrowing personal experiences into mesmerizing and irresistible art – in the form of his music. Drawing upon these haunting experiences and mixing them with R&B and Neo-Soul influences on his upcoming single, ‘If I Slipped’, Low goes into detail on the track by expressing his feelings about losing his control and making bad decisions.
“Everyone wants to have that special something in the music world, that bit of spark to make them stand out. Ang Low has it in both hands with his beautiful melodies that have made a name for him in the world of Pop” – Wonderland
Ang Low transcends boundaries and backgrounds with ‘If I Slipped’, a track that sounds perfect for any fans of Florida’s Warp Records standout Yves Tumor. Experimental and disjointed, Low aims to create a track that feels as ghostly as it does resolute. A unique sound is created for Low in the push-and-pull, stop-and-start structure of his fresh creation, with chaotic Hip-Hop break-beats which perfectly reflect the chaos within Low’s mind throughout his hardships in prison. Opening with a stylistically disjointed chorus and closing with heavy-handed vocals and harmonies, Low keeps any listener on their toes by mixing industrial Synth patterns with percussive beats that just keeps drawing the listener back in for more with the silky-smooth vocal production. Choosing to feature Low alone on the track, and the upcoming music video set for release at some point in July, further emphasizes Low as a raw talent who wants to, and is clearly capable of, doing it all.
“I just wrote songs in my cell every day. I had no clue where to go from there. But the music just kept me sane, writing kept me focused and going. Eventually, this mentality just blossomed into an artist” – Ang Low
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Words by Jacob Braybrooke