Emerging UK singer and producer Moonkay constructs songs that are like none other.
With a distinctly unique blend of morose melodies that are layered on tense, crunchy bass tones, Moonkay’s sounds have earned him notable features from the likes of Earmilk, Onestowatch and Acidstag.
New single ‘Fell In The Deep’ focuses on the theme of isolation, and losing oneself within a never ending cycle.
“‘Fell In The Deep’ is an analysis on loneliness. I see the piece as an introspection on looking for purpose, and some of the negative emotions that can come with that. I think this is very visually clear in the contrast of the screaming vocals over the 808 bass and harsh percussion. The complexity of the sounds lends itself to the spontaneity of repeatedly hunting for purpose to no avail. This is in contrast to the more melodic sections, which can be seen as the sections of clarity, made more so obvious given the use of vocals and a clear message to the listener.”