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It Was Nice to See You – [Brevin Kim]

Friday is one of the best days of the week, but I feel this way for a much different reason than most. The majority of people just love that it’s the start of the weekend, they can kick back, have a drink, and relax. For me, the work just gets started, but I love this because Friday is the day when most of the new music that week drops, so I log in to my email and find my inbox flooded with tons of new records, videos, and projects. At first, it’s overwhelming, but after weeding out the releases that pertain to my personal interest, I have an all-out blast tapping in with these releases. One of the best parts, though, is when I’m sent something from a trusted source that is by musicians that I’m not familiar with, and that happened today in the form of Brevin Kim’s latest hit “It Was Nice to See You”. The California-by-way-of-Massachusetts duo has been making some major moves in the past year or two, but considering I’m just now getting acquainted, I am certainly excited to listen to more of their music. This record is produced by the pair as well as …

DYE – [Brevin Kim]

Massachusetts duo Brevin Kim returns to Lyrical Lemonade with their first single of the year titled “DYE.” With a new album “centered around pain” on the way, the pair recently opened up a safe space discord server for anyone to freely express their feelings and circumstances. This particular track sonically mirrors their previous release “LAY IT ALL ON ME,” given the dark, electro-bass production and eerie lyricism. The hook in particular emphasizes how dark the messaging is as Brevin Kim alludes to suicidal thoughts. Ironically, the genre-bending record couldn’t be more uplifting; its fast pacing creates a breathtaking listening experience that’s incredibly difficult to replicate. Have a listen to “DYE” below!

LAY IT ALL ON ME-[Brevin Kim]

“LAY IT ALL ON ME” is the latest hard hitting single by well-known up and coming duo, Brevin Kim. These guys have been consistently dropping phenomenal music and it leaves you pondering whether or not they’ll ever slow down. As you listen to this offering though it is made apparent that the Massachusetts natives are only going to keep pushing this thing to the limit and I’m so inspired and excited to see what else they drop. This 2 minute and 36 second offering is not only a treaty from a production sense, but it’s been really cool diving into the lyrical content and deciphering the meaning behind this one. According to their team, Brevin Kim’s newest song is a glimpse into the boys lives and relationships as they try to find confidence in the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles. Brevin Kim explained: “We’ve both been there over and over,” the brothers explain. “It’s a familiar cycle so let’s just have the conversation. Lay it all on me. What did I do wrong now?” As always, these guys continue to find ways to impress myself and the LL team, which is why we will continue to show them immense …

YOU.F.O.-[Brevin Kim]

This past Friday, Lyrical Lemonade favorites, Brevin Kim released a song that might be my favorite thing that they’ve dropped to date. I write a lot on these pages, but there are certain articles that I get overly excited to feature and this one falls into that category. By now, many of us industry insiders know about Brevin Kim, but for some reason it feels like these brothers from Massachusetts continue to introduce themselves with brand new facets of their artistry. Today, they make it onto the page of Lyrical for the release of their brand new song and video called, “YOU.F.O.” I said that this one was my favorites by them to date and I stand by that statement. As an overall piece, this offering stands out above the rest as Brevin Kim uses the dynamic production to showcase some pretty awesome melodic and ear grabbing moments. The video is pretty sick too as the two boys jump from various locations, sporting silver jackets. I can’t make y’all check this one out, but you’d be severely missing out if you didn’t! I’ve attached the video link down below, so give it a watch and tap in with these guys!

Get Refreshed: The Best Production Trio In Digicore, Team Rockit Blasts Off, and Kmoe Explains “Gloves”

“Get Refreshed” is a weekly column by Billy Bugara covering all things digital in the music world. Refresh yourself here.  Cover by Parent Company “Prying Eyes” Is A Natural Next Step For Tropes Even in scenes as dynamic and diverse as digicore has shaped up to be, certain commonalities between its artist-base are all-too-prevalent. Among this scene’s most standout shared traits is its artists’ willingness to explore any and all creative outlooks in regards to their career progression; from incorporating new sounds and styles into their sonic approach, to simply taking on a “fluid” artistic development with no set structure overall, these artists are finding solace in consistent artistic exploration from all avenues.  Following suit in this light is PlanetZero and Graveem1nd mainstay Tropes, who surprised just about everyone this past week with their out-of-the-blue release “Prying Eyes.” The 4-track EP takes a full dive into the worlds of alternative, punk-centric pop — fit with guitar-centric song structures, deeply personalized themes, and other traits consistent with this particular approach.  Produced entirely by easily their closest and most trusted contemporary dltzk, it’s a project that impresses beyond its explorative traits in full. The pure quality that these two bring in this …

Naples – [Brevin Kim]

Brevin Kim never ceases to impress the team at Lyrical Lemonade, which is why we’ll always take the time to roll out the red carpet for these two brothers who are absolutely crushing it right now. The Massachusetts natives have been on the scene since 2015, but it truly feels like they’re just getting started as their music is beaming with an energy that is nothing less than exciting. Today, the boys make a return to our pages for the release of their brand new song called, “Naples”, a short yet satisfying offering that is bound to be on repeat for you all weekend. Brevin Kim’s trademark production and eclectic style shine through this track in a way that will make you come back for more and more. From start to finish, this one will grab you and take you on a ride that doesn’t let up until its culmination. If I listed off everything I loved about Brevin Kim, we’d be here all day, but this song is truly an introspective piece that will give you a better look at what makes this talented duo so special. I’ve attached the song down below, so make sure you give this …

PARASITE – [Elroy]

This year has seen a blending of so many genres, pulling influences from all over and creating music that doesn’t have to fit in any preconceived boxes. Artists like Brakence and Brevin Kim have excelled at taking elements of alt-rock from the mid-2000s and mixing with elements of pop and rap, all the while making it sound wildly fit for today’s listnener. We are happy to be introducing a new artist who’s music has drawn comparison’s to the artists I mentioned above, he goes by the name of Elroy and this past weekend just dropped an incredible new single titled “PARASITE”. This is yet another strong release for Elroy, who has only been growing in size since receiving some pretty major co-signs, leading to this track getting a placement on Spotify’s coveted Hyperpop playlist. Elroy comes from rural Pennsylvania, he has been working on developing his sound for years and is likely the reason he has been on such a roll lately. His gruff voice cuts through melancholic lofi strings and a hectic 808 pattern, he brings so many elements into his music and the amalgamation of all these genres makes him an act to keep your eyes on. The …

exhausted. – [Brevin Kim]

I’ve talked about Brevin Kim numerous times on Lyrical Lemonade at this point; their creativity, their inventiveness, the cross-pollination of genres, the production, and everything that makes the Boston-bred duo such a necessary one. But few times have I felt as though the duo’s vision was as perfectly laid-out as in their recent album, no less than three. 11 tracks long, the project is a cohesive, boundary-pushing portal into a future of music where genre is but an afterthought and every song creates a world of its own. This level of creativity heads the duo’s most ambitious and exciting release to date, and today, is followed by a new music video for one of the project’s standout cuts: “exhausted.” Arriving at track #3 on the album, “exhausted.” is an ominous step further into the world of no less than three, guided by gloomy production and soul-stricken lyrics. As the song progresses, any sense of control is lost between high-arching beats drops and bellowing vocal runs, which are both illustrated with the video’s moody aesthetic and night-set scenery. These elements mesh together throughout the nearly two-and-a-half minute duration of the visuals, and by the end, come together to add a much-needed visual dimension to …

no less than three-[Brevin Kim]

“Where were you when you first heard Brevin Kim?” I believe this is going to be a question we all ask ourselves in the years to come. There are certain artists who come and go, but there are certain ones that you just know are here to stay, and today, I have the pleasure of showcasing them on our page. If you’re a lover of all things music, this article should serve as a reminder but for those who are new to this space, I’m so excited to introduce you all to some exceptional talent. Brevin Kim first stepped on the scene back in 2015 and have been making their presence known ever since. Hailing from the great state of Massachusetts, brothers, Callin and Brendan have used their familial chemistry to create a product that is just as authentic as their brotherly bond. I’ve been following their music for some time now and if you’ve been itching for more music just like I have, then today is your lucky day as Brevin Kim just dropped a stellar new album called, “no less than three” that is worth all of your attention. It is rare for me to run through projects …

Brevin Kim Are Not Of This Earth [Interview]

There is something to be said about making what many consider “genre-pushing” or “experimental” art as a rising act in today’s crowded Internet-based music scene. It is certainly a daring, yet worthwhile manner to begin one’s career with, as just the slightest diverging take on a given genre can allow for something of a “unique niche” to be carved within this very scene as it stands.  But since arriving to this landscape just a short time ago, Brevin Kim have proven to be leagues beyond that artistic outlook. The brothers out of Boston are a one-two punch full of nuance, novelty, and intuition — all under a blanket of unrelenting passion and willingness to create music completely of its own. The two have continuingly refused to conform to any tag they have been labelled with thus far in their still-brief time as prominent musicians, and despite being closely associated with such acts as Dylan Brady and others in the rapidly rising field of glitch-ridden hip-hop and pop, their music sets them apart from just about any other act in the history of music, let alone 2020 by itself.  Cal and Bren Paulhus had been separated by over 1,000 miles throughout …