Austin native Max Frost is back with a new EP after 2013’s Low High Low which included the extremely addictive track “White Lies”. His newest EP does not disappoint, the new addictive track is the latest single from the brand new EP, “Withdrawal”.
Frost has a knack for producing just the right amount of pop induced harmonies and beats with an R&B slant that keeps you longing for more.
The new EP Intoxication was seemingly released quickly last week and we have another 6 tracks to keep Frost fans complacent until hopefully a full length album will be released in the near future.
The first three tracks on the EP have already been released, the really addictive “Withdrawal” which reminds of his genius production reminiscent of “White Lies”. “Paranoia” is also a pop inducing and upbeat track that proves Frost’s talent of producing solid hit singles.
“Let Me Down Easy” is a slowed down version of Max Frost which reminds us all of how smooth his vocals really are and how he is still R&B influenced to the core. “Blind Fool” has R&B roots running through along with an upbeat and danceable chorus that jumps out at you midway through. The song speaks to that relationship that probably isn’t the best for you, yet you keep going back for more.
“$Dreams” almost has a disco-esque vibe going on which makes it another upbeat and danceable track to add the list. It’s a little more laid back and smooth but still keeps you moving. “Die Young” almost has a 50s acapella vibe going on with snaps and claps until the end, it turns a bit more electronic. The track is about a very serious subject matter, though and possibly speaks to teens that might sit and contemplate suicide.
All in all, Intoxication is another solid release from Max Frost, although we are hoping for more than 6 tracks next time. You can purchase Intoxication on i-Tunes. If you are in Austin, there are still tickets available for his show this coming Saturday night at The Parish, you can get tickets here.
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