With the imminent release of debut album Magenta, indie synth-pop/electronic music artist Autumn In June is receiving massive buzz. Two tracks have already taken flight from Magenta and now third single Starlight is shining with great acclaim.
Autumn In June has gotten props from such illustrious media giants as Clash, Complex, Fader, LA Weekly, and Noisey for his involving synth-pop-driven material and Starlight pushes it even further, blending synth elements with electronic sonics.
On Starlight, a song about love and loss, the artist sings in a clear, heartfelt tone, bolstered by twisty vocal accents, deep beats, atmospheric synth lines, and brighter electronics.
The making of Magenta was a 100% DIY effort, with the artist writing and self-producing the album in his studio in South Central, Los Angeles. He was influenced by both hip-hop and ‘80s New Wave icons like Prince and channels his experiences into his captivating, stylistically hybridized music.
Written by: Jen Dan