An artist born from the eclectic Miami music scene, Atticus Kane has risen to become one of the most sought after indie producers and songwriters. With a list of titles to his credit, he's worked with some of Latin America's most notable artists, including Carlos Vives, Juanes and The Monas. Now, Atticus Kane is back to carving out his own unique path, delivering his second solo album in just two short years.
After achieving some renewed indie credibility after his recording with Kristin Cappiello and The Papas Underground, Atticus Kane laid the foundation for ‘Electric Ghost’ perfectly, refining the textured sounds of his debut to create an impressive new wave of sounds. Built from ten original tracks that lead you perfectly through a textured wave of indie-pop sounds, culminating triumphantly with the two-part epic of ‘Paradise’.
From smooth soul sounds that cascade over tempered, melodic beats in opening track ‘Horoscope Disaster’ to the dizzying mix of vibrant tones that flow through tracks like ‘Love Has Ceased’ and ‘Come What May’, the album is a personal, reflective, and utterly enchanting. Elsewhere on the album, Atticus Kane revels in more poignant, evocative passages, singing right from the heart in ‘None Of It’ and ‘Seizing Pieces’, before it all comes to a wild and wonderful finish with the two parts of ‘Paradise’.
One of our favourite tracks from the album, ‘Exact Plans’ lands as a colourful blend of synth tones, cascading beats, and smooth, evocative vocals. Pitching and turning around a gorgeous central melody and wistful refrains like “But I miss you, exactly as I planned”. A track at the very heart of the album, it captures Atticus Kane’s sound brilliantly.
Available now on Spotify and most major platforms, ‘Electric Ghost’ is the kind of album that only Atticus Kane can produce, perfectly illustrating his vibrant, kaleidoscopic sound. You can stream the full album below via Spotify.
To date, much of Atticus Kane’s music has been featured on television, through Fuse, Telemundo, Univision, NBC, and HBO, as well as in independent films and documentaries. His debut album ‘Like You’ll Forget Me’ was released in 2022 to online acclaim. So far, ‘Electric Ghost’ has shown itself to be a fitting sequel to Atticus Kane’s debut, gaining tens of thousands of streams on Spotify alone since its release.
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