Unchill Records releases “Purple Diary” by Rosewood Queen
Unchill Records’ first album of the year is Purple Diary by Rosewood Queen. It’s entirely unlike anything in the label’s previous discography, merging together hardvapor, ambient music, and dub music (e.g. “COLD VISION (feat. BWM)”). The production is sharp and songs balance groove and headiness; “MELROSE FANTASY (feat. Jesus Selin)” has a Synchronicity-era The Police vibe to it with the rock and synthpop textures. “DOWN THE STREETS”, on the other hand, is straight-up hardvapor. It’s available for €1 EUR as a digital download and for €4 EUR on CD-R.
Check it out below: