It is not often we see producers try to change things up when it comes to the world of house music, but every now and then, we find someone who does. Today, I bring to you one such artist, who goes by the name of black a.m. black a.m. has recently unveiled his unique blend of edgy modern house vibes and that of rock-heavy electric guitars. He has managed to do so with his latest track, ‘Please Don’t Go‘. If you’re into vibey-house music, or perhaps guitar-using artists like San Holo, or Illenium, then you’re going to want to check out black a.m.’s ‘Please Don’t Go’.
The new vibe best represents the core essence of what black a.m. is contributing to the electronic music scene: infectious house music with live guitar components naturally woven in.
Groovy G-house inspired basslines pronounce themselves and instantly inject excitement into the air, acting as the first layer that other upcoming verses soon build off of. Pads and smooth atmospheres slide in and transfer the mood of the present to a chiller, more introspective position. This is where black a.m. lets out the first batch of guitar licks – the moment where the realms of rock and electronic come to a head. The dichotomy of the shifting framing of the sound being a strongpoint of the track: Upbeat enough for the club, but also illustrating depth and introspection delivered through instrumental execution.
When asked about ‘Please Don’t Go’, black a.m. had the following to say:
“I’ve dug deeper than I ever have in ‘Please Don’t Go.’ I wanted to address mental health through this song. ‘Please Don’t Go,’ is a plea, asking someone to stay, despite the issues that may arise through the relationship.”
This quote alone speaks multitudes to the various layers in black a.m.’s ‘Please Don’t Go’. If you’ve yet to give the tune a listen, I highly recommend that you do. With a total runtime of 3:36, this is a fun one. If you’re into rock-infused house music, this is a track that you don’t want to miss. With that said, ‘Please Don’t Go’ is out now on iamrecords and can be streamed below, enjoy!
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