LA producer Kingdom gathers Syd Tha Kid, SZA and some more artists for his latest album "Tears In The Club".
Tears In The Club will be released on 24 February 2017 via . Stream it courtesy of NPR. Also check out the artist profile of Kingdom where you can find more photos, tour dates in your area, links to the official Facebook page and more. Last but not least make sure you scroll down and check out reviews for "Tears In The Club".
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We currently know 8 reviews for "Tears In The Club" by Kingdom. People have mixed feelings about the record but in general seem to like it.
"Tears in the Club acts as yet another testament to Kingdom’s skill as an innovative musician; many try to fuse inspirations from numerous styles, eras and artists, but few do it quite so effortlessly."
"They’re futuristic, sophisticated, catchy, and psychedelically wrought. However, they’re also deeply depressive."
"The tracks without vocal turns are left feeling slightly lacking, but the killer outweighs the filler."
"For his part, Kingdom continues his exploration of experimental R&B."
Los Angeles Times
"Tears in the Club is a disappointingly genteel work, from an artist known for anything but."
"Ultimately, Tears In The Club could have been a nearly flawless six-track EP--though the filler doesn't detract from the more noteworthy tunes on here, it doesn't really contribute either."
"The most arresting moments on Tears in the Club come when he is working with singers. ... The rest of Tears in the Club is instrumental, aside from the snatches of sampled vocals that Kingdom has long favored in his tracks, and the mix of formats renders the album a somewhat inconsistent listen."
"Overall, Tears in the Club may aim for the melancholy, but it's also pretty enough to please those in search of a lush, soothing escape."
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