LISTEN: T.Williams ‘Feelings Within’ EP
T.WILLIAMS has kept pretty quiet after releasing his Pain & Love EP last year. The EP has it’s pop elements thrust in with underground roots and pretty much making everybody take notice of the guy creating those sweet melodies. Now after a year’s break, he has finally released the follow-up to Pain & Love which is called Feelings Within.
It’s obviously now known that T.WILLIAMS is a fan of the sombre and sweet EP titles, as these two definitely depict EP’s full of emotion. The London based producer is releasing his new EP through the mighty PMR Records and honestly the new EP is a doozy, you can stream the tracks via Soundcloud, and so lets take a look at them and just see what they’re all about shall we?
The first track is a sweet electronic melody that features the light vocals of TALA. The track is called ‘On My Own’ and it’s something you’d love to be dancing too on the floor filled with other people set on dancing into the early morning. The distorted vocal harmonises with TALA‘s lovely voice and the melody just flows so sweetly against that hard beat that T.WILLIAMS has created. This will most definitely be a floor filler in the near future and is a fantastic opener to the Feelings Within EP.
The second track on the EP ventures into a more experimental area, with synths cutting left right and centre, leaving this track ‘Mobb’ in it’s wake. The track is more of something you’d hear one of your favourite DJs adding into their live sets or mixtapes as it sounds like it would easily slip into a mix alongside INDIAN SUMMER and maybe even some EATS EVERYTHING. ‘Mobb’ has a heavy whirring synth that seems to drive the entire track along it’s rougher spine, it’s definitely got more bite that ‘On My Own’ and also definitely a sweet track.
Soon the EP comes to a close with ‘Three Letters’ sliding us into home base. The track has a bit of a disco, or early ninties electronic feel, honestly it’s probably an interesting mix of both because I seem to hear elements of both genres in this track. It’s nostalgic that for sure and the roaring vocals soar over the edgy synth samples. ‘Three Letters’ is something totally different again, showing that T.WILLIAMS definitely spans the genres well, expressing the different styles he can conquer through crazy samples and vocal mixes.
Words by Lauren Payne