Hip-Hop fusion band tackles the social and political issues behind what separates us!
Raw, passionate, and real. These are just a few terms that could best describe Subconscious Culture. Born from the mind of Erin Miller, Subconscious Culture aims to target and address the issues behind what affects our society for the better and for the worse. The lyrics: unrelenting. The music: skillfully crafted. With songs co-produced by Paul Paresa, this band is dedicated to delivering an organic experience, unadulterated by anything artificial or over-edited. Hot on the heels of the recent singles, “Still Moments”, “Paper Thin”, and “Almost Love” comes a new EP, “What Separates Us” which is available on May 24, 2021. The new EP features lush soundscapes and tight grooves aided by horns, strings, and the usual suspects. “What Separates Us” is provided in collaboration with Matt Brewster, Salvatore Manalo, Laryssa Birdseye, Sarah Wild, RxN, DTW, and more!
“What Separates Us” is ultimately a round-trip journey within; a story told in 7 parts. It will sweep you into a place of bohemian bliss, tethered by alternative soundscapes that are rooted in hip-hop. As the EP progresses, it’ll transport you to smoother pastures laden with jazz and soul influence. The return trip once again embraces bohemian ideals that are ripe with harmony and rich brass. The journey finally culminates with a thought-provoking intensity that can be best described as authentically raw.
Subconscious Culture is ever evolving with its members and genres that are blended with hip-hop. While the first full-length album, “Philosophy Unraveled” featured rock and funk influences, the first EP, “What Separates Us” relies more heavily on jazz tones. In many ways, “What Separates Us” is the first of a two-part release. The followup EP, “What Unifies Us” will close the circle of the duality surrounding human nature. It will be focused on what brings us together, while drawing inspiration from funk and soul. Regardless of the release, listeners should be prepared for intensity and to think, analyze, and interpret.
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