Simply put, futuretronica is in a fucking good place right now – a genre that’s seemingly having been developed by a new wave of young musicians thanks, in part, to having little by way of ‘major label interference’, and therefore allowing creativity to be pushed to the max.
One artist we’ve been firmly keeping our eyes on over the past twelve months or so, mind, has to be Brayton Bowman, the young NYC native who impressed us greatly with last year’s Skin Deep, and has consistently been putting out bangers ever since.
Today, Brayton gives a one-up over himself with his new jam What’s Really Good?, dropping sublimely-twisted future-soul sonics across far-reaching vocals. Positioned as the lead track from the musician’s upcoming 22 Minutes Later EP, it’s clear from the first few seconds that there’s literally no sleeping on this one – What’s Really Good? will keep you captivated and on your feet from the first spin; we’d question your love of music if this isn’t added to your playlists straight away.
Bump it loud below: