Track Review

RACKETS, Harrison Kipner – I’m Not Breathing

Ready for some relaxed and honest truth? Okay then, you’ve come to the right place. The new release of Harrison Kipner and his partners in crime RACKETS creates this semi-melancholic atmosphere that feels both energetic and beaten down at the same time. I other words: it feels alive. With a slow groove, the backing instruments are presented in a special floating scenery. Being garnered with roomy soundscaping textures, the track feels a bit like floating on open water, while the vocals tell the story about losing yourself by trying to fit in.

What makes “I’m Not Breathing” so addictive is the relatable core it’s circling around. Everybody knows what the tune is talking about, and since it’s presented in a signature-styled relatable and calm manner, the track feels like an old friend visiting. In this special relaxed band setting, the vocals feel natural and at home, while the tune’s concept stays in this calm yet floaty environment.

All in all, the track is a total package. It comes with groove, style and a wholesome message everybody can connect to. And as an awesome addition, the tune can evolve practically anywhere. This is your perfect tune for long car rides at night, for main stage slow grooves, for watching the stars shine at night, or even for looking at yourself in the mirror.

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Florian Maier

Owner of kms reviews. Drummer. Sound explorer. Music enthusiast. Critic. Writer. Husband. Father. All stacked up in 1.88 m, 80 kg.

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