Suburban NYC multi-instrumentalist songwriter, Elliott Moss’, bone-chilling, ‘Slip’ recently surpassed 20 million plays on Spotify. The soothingly ambient track from Elliot’s 2015 self-produced, Highspeeds, is drenched in dark sensuality with rich, celestial vocals and subtle, harmonized synths. ‘Slip’s’ immersive soundscape is airy with voice echoes and brooding brass over subtle key strokes and a steady bassline that kicks along the track’s backbone. Moss’ sedates with the melancholy of a mature, distinguished voice as he mournful asks, “where’s the light I used to know?” For a nice chill, check out Moss’ video for ‘Slip’ below.
Written by: Doug Leach (firstname.lastname@example.org)