Self-described evoca-pop™ artist, R E L, deconstructs lamestream pop with her own arsenal of avant-garde rhythms, sine waves, and electromagnetic synths to rebuild it into a celestial soundscape. Her latest single “Colors” is filled with spiky explosions that deliver a delirious rush that is both invigoratingly fast and warmly mellow. There is a ceaseless dreamy buzz throughout “Colors” that is hard to resist. Despite the buoyant celebratory mood, the song is R E L’s own sociopolitical statement that is calling for change…this is what evoca-pop™ is all about:
“I made evoca-pop because I want it to be for the masses (widely accessible) and evocative. Evoke – you evoke things with feeling, with intention, with magic. Evoke starts with “E”: E like enchant and r e l . Evocation colors my writing – and the music. In the world of evoca-pop™ you are innocent till proven guilty, magical till proven mundane, with heart until proven without. But I don’t try to prove without. I like to prove with. More than anything I hope my music inspires curiosity.” explained R E L on her Facebook page.
As far as we know, R E L has been songsmithing since 2015 and has already made waves with her previous singles “Plateau” and “Factory” which have stacked thousands of streams across the web. As of now, R E L is working on new material and is planning to release a new music video soon.
Amy Lawton Shares Her Commute In Her Video “Undone”
Quiet Slang (Beach Slang’s James Alex) Covers Big Star’s “Thirteen”
The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart’s “So True” Shows Us The Pros & Cons Of Being Roommates With Your Younger Self
Winter Gives Us The Colorful Version Of The Unglamorous Side Of Music Industry In “Jaded”
Teen Ravine’s “Hall Of Horrors” Is Your Lullaby Cure For Insomnia