Dark Electronica artist SKAUSS releases ‘Whoami’, an album for sound and not lyrics: Review

The ten-track album came out on the first day of April.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist


Photo: Courtesy of the artist

From the beginning of the mysterious Greek performer’s new album, the narrative covered love, in a twisted dark way via the title track featuring Eva Yoxx, and other things that it is difficult to hear, as his vocals become one with the music.

‘Father’ feels more like an interruptive piece to me. It isn’t a conventional radio record. I found myself falling more in love with the rhythm, and—what I like to call—added gifts of sound throughout the track were a treat to hear. If there is a music video for this record, I don’t picture it encapsulating daylight.

‘Lie’ is subtle. ‘Forever Young’ is for the raver in you. ‘Worning’ has a beat that I can’t get out of my mind. It doesn’t sound mixed, but that’s alright. The other records, respectfully, floated in the abyss for me. The ten-track album came out on the first day of April. Listen to it in full below.


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