London’s SLK spent much of her early catalog exploring the more atmospheric regions of modern R&B. New single “Hush” finds her returning with purpose and new sonic direction, trading overwhelming production and an outward desire to play mostly with texture for a focus on her unique voice and her words. “Hush” defies precise genre, pulling in some of SLK’s past influences and stripping them of excess to create an aesthetic experience almost entirely removed from her excellent Form EP. An interesting step forward for the British talent.
Originally published on PigeonsandPlanes