Lucid Theory is the debut album from fast-rising Namibian digital music producer, DJ and inventive Gina Jeanz, which comes on the again of her releasing three EPs within the final two years which have garnered rave critiques and significant acclaim.
Gina’s new album is backed by lead singles ‘Sun Spot’, ‘We Move’ and ‘Dopamine’, which have garnered help from Wonderland, Notion, Earmilk and Rolling Stone India, amongst others.
Lucid Theory sees Gina Jeanz delivering an digital music masterclass for listeners to get misplaced in, with a stellar supporting forged of African vocalists similar to Sio, MOONGA Okay., Brad Knight, Jordan Baker and AliThatDude. Whether it’s future bass or deep home, progressive R&B or different soul, UK storage or funky home, the wide-ranging sonic soundscapes on Lucid Theory not solely take listeners on an immersive musical journey, however in addition they showcase the immense expertise and inventive prowess of Gina Jeanz, who produced and composed all of the songs on the album.
Thematically, the album sees Gina and her co-stars channeling and unpacking their feelings via these songs, from the anxiousness she skilled earlier than creating the album on ‘Overstimulated’, ‘Sun Spot’, which speaks to tumultuousness in relationships, and getting misplaced within the second with ‘After Hours’, to emotions of unrequited love on ‘All Of Me’, being prepared to commit to like on ‘Can’t Pretend’, and the album’s remaining observe ‘100ml’, which was impressed by Gina having the ability to get via her days with out anxiousness assaults and discovering pleasure in creating once more.
Speaking concerning the inspiration behind her Lucid Theory album, Gina says, “There had been collection of occasions that led me to create this album and set the inspiration for the whole challenge. I had been combating my very own battles, significantly after the passing of my mom in 2017, and I used to be severely anxious and will barely create music with out working into artistic blocks and worse, doubting my capability to deliver my concepts to life. I felt that I wasn’t taking note of the indicators, however with every thing that occurred, there was a lesson and every lesson compelled me to know my objective clearly.
Being capable of produce my very own music throughout this era of uncertainty introduced me a lot therapeutic. It’s actually the form of area the place I can simply be my true genuine self with out enthusiastic about it. However, this has been threatened by my internal saboteur, fuelled by the various concepts folks had for my profession, and it was discouraging that this led me to query who I needed to be in music. For the primary time in a very long time, with this album, I knew if I actually needed to take pleasure in making music once more, I needed to freely and fearlessly simply do it. This is my story, that is my therapeutic, that is my concept”.
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