Smooth Water by Klaverson: Review
Jack Lintorn is a singer, songwriter, producer, and visual artist, and his latest single, “Smooth Water,” is the result of all of these roles coming together. It is under his new endeavor called Klaverson which has released tracks highlighting nuanced, introspective lyrics, hazy synths, lo-fi atmosphere, and flawlessly smooth vocals.
The song “Smooth Water” has a tune that exploits the tranquility of water as a metaphor for life, and it hooks you with its eerie vocals and brooding bass rhythm to create a moody late-night ambiance. With his raw, expressive, and dramatic tone, Klaverson easily conveys vivid and deep thoughts in his downtempo music. With exposed percussion, silky vocals, and hypnotic melodies, his dark downtempo sound is a seamless fusion of soul and electronica, subtly fusing the ambient sounds of Four Tet and Boards of Canada with the production chops of Massive Attack, James Blake, and Chet Faker. These are his influences, and from there Klaverson self-produced, recorded, and mixed the music for “Smooth Water” and also made its accompanying visual.
After many successes in the past, this track is a knight in shining armor. So if you’re in the taste for new talents on the horizon, feel free to check out Klaverson’s arsenal!
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Review by: Audrey Castel