Does everyone remember throughout the 90’s when there used to be an East Coast vs. West Coast rap rivalries? Award-winning San Diego-based Alternative Art Rock Artist Sluka continues their prolific streak of boundary-breaking new music and eye-opening, epic visuals with new single/music video “Isn’t It Strange”.
The West Coast is about to put on a streak of great Rock music that will symbolize where they want their scene to go for the rest of the 2020’s. We’d like to think we are a music publication that has their beat on the music industry and on the scene of music all around.
Here’s the kicker: Sluka began his career on the East Coast, NY to be exact! Well, this basically either destroys our argument or strengthens our argument about a new rivalry because they have the beat on both coasts.
“Isn’t It Strange” is exactly what you would have thought it to be – it’s a single with incredible skill where musicians like Anna Eppink and Jesse Audelo get to show off their musical process and expertise. The music is so progressive and so “out there”, that it puts you in a trance of elegance and fantasy.
They’re able to build a fantasy within your own world by creating a world that is destabilized by the musicianship of each member. When you hear the cello, when you hear the progression of the percussion, you can’t help but feel as if you’re being taken into an interdimensional world that your own mind creates.
Isn’t that strange? Glad the single is called “Isn’t It Strange”!
Our thoughts are able to bring creativity that is brought on by others – this is too wild of a concept but it’s so simple to grasp when you step back and see it through a lens of an outsider into yourself.
Want it to get weirder? Check out the music video they released for it!
Follow the link below to check out the new single and it’s music video for “Isn’t It Strange” by Sluka.
by Javier Zepeda