Dance producer, NGHTMRE, and prolifically lyrical hip-hop artist, Pell, have struck sonic gold with the duo’s release of the Magic Hour A-side / B-side tape. First comes Swiss – a creative cadence play on Chris Brown and T-Pain’s anthemic Kiss Kissexploring self-confidence, success, and love. The bouncy, warm-hearted track is a definitive display of Pell’s predominantly positivist approach over a dreamy, echoed strew of crystalline chords from the fingertips of NGHTMRE.
Second comes Lights Low – a dark energy, clandestine undertaking window casing a broader Pell approach built of lust, unpredictable changes of pace, and the enticing usage of his undervalued vocal prowess. NGHTMRE’s ability to change pace from Swissis equally remarkable in the production’s undertone, ghostly, and mysterious demeanor.
Per the requirements of an A-side / B-side release, Magic Hour is able to pull together two tracks that are equally balanced and listenable as a continued, contrasting pair, as they are addicting, meaningful, and progressive singles. The same sort of seamless duality and present individuality can also be applied to the very nature of Pell and NGHTMRE’s artistries which are displayed in full as solo artists, and simultaneously expertly paired with one another.