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Petite Noir

The King of Anxiety EP

Domino

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Yannick Ilunga aka Petite Noir may have grown up in Cape Town, but the musical inklings on his debut EP, The King of Anxiety, reveal roots spanning across the globe. Drum rhythms seamlessly swing between Ilunga's South African polyrhythmic origins and the synthesized beats of electronic music; Ilunga's elastic band voice can stretch from Ian Curtis baritones to serene falsettos. Combined, they have the fluidity of someone who has taken time to carefully map out their sounds, making The King of Anxiety an astonishingly impressive introduction that boasts more confidence than anxiety. (www.facebook.com/petitenoir1)

Author rating: 7.5/10

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Grig
April 25th 2019
9:14am

Types of anxiety can take the most threatening forms for human mental health. When I got depressed, I spent a lot of time locked up and taking antidepressants, but it wasn’t working. Then my friend suggested I try the blueberry strain my emotion vanished along with the smoke.