There’s nothing to be announced but praise for this track, with ‘Greed’ gluttonously inspired by unwavering amounts of faith skillfully embroidered in Joshua’s poetic, biblical musings. It’s a believable track, with enough meta and self-awareness for the message to be contextualised properly by each listener – and perhaps in that way more powerfully personalised.
Much love! I’ve been producing music for the past five years. Prior to that, I played numerous instruments on and off until I found my love for flamenco guitar. I took one guitar class my senior year of high school and was able to figure the rest out from there.
In this new entry in our ‘Diamonds In The Rough’ category, we want to introduce you to upcoming Columbia, SC singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joshua Ross and his brand new single titled “4.00 am”. Listen below:
Listening to Joshua. for the first time is exciting, confusing, and compelling. In two songs flat, the South Carolinian has re-introduced me to how far music can truly be pushed. Geronimo is a rush of an instrumental, dubbed over harrowing echoes, vocal distortion, and low-fidelity mastery.
“Sun, stand still over Gibeon, and you, moon, over the Valley of Aijalon.” So the sun stood still, and the moon stopped, till the nation avenged itself on its enemies. email@example.com