âArtist of the Month goes to Chinatown Slolem, who released their debut album Who Wants to be a Millionaire. This group is based out of Liverpool and is known for throwing house parties on the regular and actually have extended the invite to the public on Facebook. The album came out of no where; no singles, no build-up. The group of four does a great job to give you a view into their creative minds, even sampling Jai Paul. Through happy and vibrant tracks, the album is an amazing listen from start to finish. But don't be fooled, the album contains many different feels. As happy as it is, there are tracks like "Ricky's Song" that express their more calm side and show you how versatile they can be. This is only the beginning for Chinatown Slalom so hop on the wave early while you can.
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As Chinatown Slalom says: âthe whole of the universe is our mind, and weâre the thoughts in it". The young group has much more to experience and create. The future of these guys is most certainly bright. Their album Who Wants To Be A Millionaire is so good we had to do a review of the whole thing, which you can check out here. Give it a listen to it below, and also check them out on Instagram. Or if you're lucky enough and are in the area, keep up with their Facebook if you ever wanna stop by one of their parties.
Author: Kyle Sobieski
Kyle Sobieski is a digital content producer and founder of First State Studios. With a background in music and songwriting under the pseudonym Pierce Frolic, Kyle personally knows the amount of work and determination that goes into becoming an artist of any medium. Towards the end of high school, Kyle realized the lack of support in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware for the arts and underground talents. So he began digging deeper into the lives of local artists, and thus, First State Studios was born. Sobieski has a diverse musical palette and loves nothing more in life than seeing people who are passionate and courageous with what they do. "It's these people who make the world a more colorful, intimate place for everybody."