5 Songs, 20 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

What began as a busking duo—drums and saxophone, no less—has blossomed into a seductive and futuristic R&B groove machine. The piano, beats, guitar effects, and creamy falsetto on “Cold” recall Sam Smith or The Weeknd. “Seemed Like Trouble” bubbles with giddy disco effects. “Go” and “Came to Me” have futuristic touches that echo OVO Sound, while “Horizons” skitters with jazz-hop touchstones, reflecting their musical sophistication. Drax Project feels like a band ready to assume the controls of spacey pop/R&B and T/W/OO is a convincing dossier.

EDITORS’ NOTES

What began as a busking duo—drums and saxophone, no less—has blossomed into a seductive and futuristic R&B groove machine. The piano, beats, guitar effects, and creamy falsetto on “Cold” recall Sam Smith or The Weeknd. “Seemed Like Trouble” bubbles with giddy disco effects. “Go” and “Came to Me” have futuristic touches that echo OVO Sound, while “Horizons” skitters with jazz-hop touchstones, reflecting their musical sophistication. Drax Project feels like a band ready to assume the controls of spacey pop/R&B and T/W/OO is a convincing dossier.

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