“November” is gritty, deliberately-paced alt.rock flavoured trap from @PatrickReza

PATRICKREZA, “November”

Continuing with his successful blend of progressive electronic music with gritty alt.rock music, deep house, and trap, Los Angeles-based producer PatrickReza is back with “November”.  After repackaging last year’s first forays into this stylish mix with “Tip Toe” and “The Wall” into the EP Strung Out (featuring the title song), as well as his white-listed remix of Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” (which she shared in her socials and has acquired 3.5 million plays on Soundcloud alone), “November” offers a herky-jerky Nine Inch Nails melody, downbeat guitar work, and a disaffected semi-spoken vocal.  It’s a taut blend that gets revved up briefly about halfway through, but it all works quite well.  Modern rock radio would have fun with this one as would clubs for late night play.

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