Music: Jung Mergs – Vibrations and Consciousness EP

East London musician Jung Mergs has been someone I have been following since the release of “Low Tones” a recent single of his featuring the lovely Tulin. With it being a great track, I was eager to hear more from him in a more cohesive, well-thought out project. This is exactly what I got from his brand new EP Vibrations and Consciousness– bold, confident and incredibly profound.

His hard-hitting energy on “320D” is infectious, and shows him on a more braggadocios tone. On the other side, we see him on smoother and synth-heavy “cogwheels.exe” and “5am In East London,” which are both introspective tracks, especially on the latter track, with real, conscious rhymes and a R&B tone to the record, with him even singing throughout, really showing his range and talent as an artist. And of course “Low Tones” is on there to finish the track off. Tulin really is an angel on this track, and I recommend you check out her new project Tulin EP, released late last year.

Listen to Jung Mergs’ debut EP Vibrations and Consciousness below via Spotify, and don’t forget to support! Big love to the +TRBE collective, keep killing it!

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