In this calm and peaceful year, it is not possible that you too have not had the urge to scream at the top of your lungs at least once, just to let off some steam.
Many of us have had this feeling: some of us couldn’t help it, others are still calm (lucky you).
Whitemary turned this feeling into a song titled “Credo che tra un po'”, just by listening to it you will understand what we are referring to. Her music is impulsive, therapeutic, exorcizing: lyrics in Italian, analog synthesizers, a degree in jazz singing and a fixation on techno.
Whitemary has managed to turn this urge to scream into a strong single that will catch your throat on the first listen.
In a very prolific moment for Italian female electronic music, Whitemary arrives to move the boundaries even further: because she’s free, she’s fresh, she’s brilliant, and you can hear it in every note of her songs, in the beats and synth lines, every time the hi-hat enters the upbeat. “Credo che tra un po” is the perfect representation of all of this. In a nutshell: lots of madness, no regrets.
Whitemary comes straight from Rome to make you dream and she writes, produces, plays and sings all by herself. A unique artist who will sit comfortably in your head with her synths and will certainly not leave you alone.
And as always, we couldn’t miss the playlist Whitemary made exclusively for Collater.al Mag with all her influences, here it is!
“Tracks that broke my heart. The sudden chord, the groove that stomps on you, the vocals with reverb. In each of these pieces there are elements belonging to the musical sphere that have settled by force in the emotional one. There’s no criteria, just arm hairs that suddenly stand up.”