An up-and-coming singer/songwriter hailing from the Bay Area, Sid Sriram introduces his left-of-center R&B style to the DJBooth with a freshly-minted single, released as part of the Converse Rubber Tracks series. On plaintive ballad Anymore, the artist does double-duty on the mic and behind the mixing boards, crafting an atmospheric, rock-infused instrumental reminiscent of an early Coldplay cut to back verses which find him wrestling with painful memories of an old flame. Feeling it? Then stay tuned: while Anymore isn’t part of a larger project, Sid Sriram is preparing to drop his latest collection of original material, the West Coast Nightfall EP, on March 27. In the meantime, you can click here to peep a promo video featuring behind-the-scenes footage of this record’s creation.
Written by richard on 01/31/13
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"Winter Mind" (2013)
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