Music is the bridge that connects us all. You might not know it but the heartbeat of sound in Buffalo is thumping harder than ever before. At this point, a large assortment of folks are familiar with those coming out with Griselda Records and Drumwork Music. Topical Tracks will attempt to cater the vast amount of great music and solid talent working and releasing music, right under your noses.
Nolo the Slayer’s album “I Love Slayer” released on June 26th, is his first album release, following “QUICKFIX” earlier March this year. “I Love Slayer” has definitely exhibited Slayer’s understanding of flow with the irreverent glitchpop beats. The seven-track album bleeds power pop, glitch-punk and hyperpop through Nolo’s building hooks on “Fucked Up” or the metronomic melancholy achieved on “Sublime”.
Nolo represents a new generation that has been working and grinding behind the scenes to create unique music and an overall theme to their sound and artistry. His album, “I Love Slayer” succeeds in the cyber, glitchy enivronment it attempts to build. This album is a “Bona Fide Bop” and perfect for relistening. To get an idea, I’ve listened to it three times through while writing and preparing this article.
For this newest addition to the Buffalo music scene, Nolo the Slayer’s album “I Love Slayer” is one not to miss. His ability to combine power pop, glitch-punk and hyperpop with carefully constructed hooks is shown off . If you’re looking for something to have on repeat for days – this is it! With Slayers genuine understanding of flow and knack for experimentation, this album takes us on an incredible journey of sound from start to finish.
Now that you know about Nolo’s show-stopping artistry, don’t forget where you heard about it first! Who are some of your favorites releasing music in the city? Make sure to leave a comment below and come back soon for more artists putting their own spin on the Buffalo music scene!
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