Tender and chaotic at the same time, dark-net superstar offers something completelyotherworldly on “LSD IN ASPEN.” Stylistically he brings in elements of R&B, trap, video gamesoundtracks, and more in a singular way. Vocals present their optimistic journey, for it has a multi-faceted, multi-angled flurry. Lyrics here seem to draw upon a sunburnt haze, for there is a swirling perfection towards having poetry to them,weaving their way through random, periodicbursts of distortion. A nice mixture of soft melodies and deep, deep bass, the song has a dreamy disposition.
A sheer industrial hit kicks things off alongside what sounds like “Sonic the Hedgehog,” capturing some lovely gold rings. From there, things settle down slightly with the vocals entering the fray. His voice is calm, totally at odds with the freewheeling quality off the track itself.
Completely unhinged, he combines parts of Suicide alongside Frank Ocean in a way that takes the best from both artists. Verses feel reassuring, and there is a meditative calm to the way he delivers each line. The playfulness is relentless, and he makes sure that the atmosphere's swirling construction has an all-encompassing, all-consuming aspect behind it. Keeping things taut, the song ends on an endearingly sweet note.
“LSD IN ASPEN” combines several songs into one and proves dark-net superstar to be a truevisionary of the musical realm.