Multidisciplinary artist Darius Christian takes us deep into his personal zone on his new song “Long Ride Home”. The lovelorn song sees the smooth-voiced singer dwell on the aftermath of a tumultuous breakup. He delivers the story in his own unique way with a sonorous cadence and vivid lyrics to match. He taps into the details of his highly emotional and reflective ride home after the incident happen. The song’s solemn vibe is reinforced by the emotional keys and nostalgia-inducing horns that make up the alluring soundscape.
Baltimore raised and Brooklyn reborn, Darius Christian is a force of nature. With his lustful trombone stylizations, vocals to temper your feels, and an upsettingly good band of NYC thoroughbreds, his music is
something you need, and you need it now. One could place him on the list of “Renaissance Men” due to his exploits in modeling, film, composition, and media, but the real renaissance can be found in his music. Music to get
lost. Music to fall in love. Music to laugh. Music to forget hate. Music. A particularly special spirit-fest can be heard on Monday nights at Apotheke, the underground Chinatown party room where Darius has taken
residency for the last year. You will find, when you go, a sold-out crowd of obsessed music-goers that wouldn’t dare be anywhere else. Tight, intricately manicured, jazz-meets-everything sounds are equal parts mindbending