One of the most exciting names in the UK’s adaptation of the Hyperpop scene, rising producer and songwriter Voidie has burst onto the scene in the past two years with his unique take on the genre. It’s a lo-fi, aesthetic with elements from all across the world of electronic music and indie. In the rising talents own words, he describes his music as – “If you mash emotion, fashion, glitch and melodies into a ball, you will get my sound”
Lyrically vulnerable and sincere, ‘Claustrophobic’ is an electronic EP that clearly demonstrates Voidie’s love for multiple genres across the board. It’s got a sound that holds elements of experimental electronica and rap, alongside heavily-autotuned pop vocals. Filled with tangents and flow, taking listeners to different journeys with a consistent theme of intrigue.
“I want this to be an escape for people”, Voidie says of the project. “This body of work is a downward spiral into my mind – a deep dive into my battle with addiction, anxiety and depression,” he elaborates: “conflicted thoughts which left me feeling claustrophobic.
As much as it was exhausting pouring my inner burdens and negativity into a microphone, I was relieved to finally and truly express myself and step out of my comfort zone”.