1. Temple [3:19] 2. To Infinity [3:02] 3. Young West Coast [3:55] 4. My Body [4:07] 5. Blonde [4:20] 6. Summertime (Interlude) [3:00] 7. Nights Like This [4:30] 8. Geneviève [4:18] 9. Forever [5:01] 10. Valentine [4:40]
Black Atlas (c) 2015
"I didn't want to be discovered or moulded into something I wasn't...". - Alex Fleming
In The WEARY Chaos, is a Still Voice.
Authentically Canadian, Montreal’s Alex Fleming aka Black Atlass, understands that the world dies every time a new Justin Bieber is born. Not to disrespect or downplay Biebers success or his accomplishments, but in an industry that’s saturated with bubblegum chewing kids, singing on club tracks destined for venues they cannot enter, is beyond.
At the start of his career Alex was walking on a dirt road, skipping the common YouTube path to a record deal and deciding never to post videos of himself singing cover songs. It would be like walking on pavement. It simply isn't an authentic experience, and the audience notices the dirt beneath your feet.
Hip-hop bass lines,
Ethereal - airy vocals,
My first introduction to Fleming’s brass talent was when Louis Vuitton used his single, Paris in their ads. I remember feeling cold shivers the first time I listened to him dance with the classical piano then arrive at the dirty beat, with a rich bass drop.
His newest forte ‘JADE’ is a very naked album. Reminiscent of D’Angelo with a taste of Hip-hop thunder, that bites with electric teeth.