Fennec, you’ve done it again. By the way, I can find very little information about you on the internet. I’m assuming you’re a female, because of the pictures that I found on both Facebook and Twitter. I know nothing about you. You’re an enigma.
And you’re an enigma whose music BUMPS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR WONDERFUL BEATS.
Recommended if you like: Jaime XX, Disclosure, SBTRKT
“Let Your Heart Break”, her 2014 release (Spotify Link), overpowered many of my work-outs and drives home. “R.I.P. City” (Spotify Link), her 2015 June release, is doing the same. Each song is so different from the next. I’ll likely never get all the names down, or remember which ones are my top tracks, but I know that Fennec’s albums are essentials for me. I’d probably include both her albums in my top 50 albums of all time. That is how much I I appreciate this artist.
Dear Fennec, you deserve recognition, so come out of the shadows. I’ll spread the word about you as much as possible. I think there should be more music like yours out there, but I want you to be famous for it first. Or maybe fame is something you’re avoiding? I DON’T KNOW! GIVE ME A SIGN!
Fennec – R.I.P. City – Full Album | Spotify Link
My favorites from “R.I.P. City” (How did I choose these as my favorites? I loved the album as a whole):
Fennec – God Amongst Men | Spotify Link
Fennec – Mazzed | Spotify Link
Fennec – Arsenic Sleep Mask | Spotify Link
Fennec – Cultist Queen | Spotify Link
There’s a lot of audio recording of people talking, including that opening track, which at times can be a drag (did she really have to make those excerpts so long? We get the idea; get to the music). That’s really the only downside I can say about this album. Like I said, each track has its unique identity and each is special in its own way. Each track flows into the next nearly seamlessly that at times. I’ve listened to this album at least 5 times since I’ve discovered it came out, and I go to the gym enough that this will be a go-to album (along with “Let Your Heart Break”) to listen to while running or doing my strength work outs.
As you can tell, I’m very passionate about this album, and this artist. So on a scale of 1-10, I’d give it a 9.1/10. It’s comparable to Jaime XX’s “Colours,” which also came out this year.