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SKILAA – Southern Gothic

SKILAA – Southern Gothic

Auckland-based SKILAA, the RnB alternative hybrid project, has released the new single “Southern Gothic”, a track with a powerful fusion of RnB, alternative/prog folk, hip-hop, and an elusive something that sets them apart. Chelsea Prastiti shares that the song’s sinister bass loop and harmonic content were inspired by a mix of classic horror films and influential tracks by Peeping Tom, MF Doom, and Madlib.

Their debut album, “Tiger In The River,” is set to drop this Friday. The album promises a genre-defying mix of neo-soul, RnB, and hip-hop, and “Southern Gothic” offers a tantalizing glimpse into this collection.

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