Emerging indie musician Breadcouch shares two tracks from his catalog. The genre-bending rapper makes use of a myriad of sounds ranging from lo-fi/soul, hip-hop, and electronic aesthetics to deliver a unique mix that goes beyond the norm.

The first track titled “The Ancients” is inspired by ancient civilizations and avatar the last Airbender. Breadcouch makes use of a moody and somewhat nostalgic backdrop for his offbeat cadence and off-kilter lyrical style. He uses vocal manipulations at some parts too and throws in a smooth melodic run in the middle. It sure gives listeners a lot to unpack and it’s dynamic as well.

The second track “Early 2000s” is a relaxing and soothing piece that sees Breadcouch collaborating with Big Byrd. The production here employs a melancholic synth and pads with soft drums. Breadcouch switches the flow here with a mix of rapid and melodic raps laden with cartoon references from the 2000s. The emcees reflect on the past and the dynamics of growing up into an adult. It’s relatable and heartfelt from start to finish.

Hawaii-born, Texas-based Breadcouch is a biomedical engineer turned music man. He started his music career in Madison, WI by performing at open mics hosted by underground hip hop goliaths, Supa Friends. He quit his job in healthcare IT in 2020 and moved to Austin, TX to pursue music where he still resides.

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