We’re pleased to announce the latest single from Toronto-based Indie Pop/Hip Hop artist Erich Mrak. “Riptide” marks the 4th audio release of a 7 month campaign & is part of a 6 song EP which is being released as singles from January until July. Accompanying each single is an alternate rendition of each song performed “off the floor” by Erich & his band. The artist adds: “Riptide” delves into a failing relationship, and the attempts to cope with the unfortunate truth that the happiness once found in someone else is fading.”
You can preview “Riptide” on SoundCloud.
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Bio: Young, upcoming pop/experimental hip hop/electronic artist Erich Mrak always seeks new heights, pushes the limits and embraces new challenges. He began writing his own music at the age of seven and is still doing so. Erich’s in-house producer is Bento, another Toronto native. His signature sound is characterized by downtempo beats, melancholy vocals and spacious melodies. His lyrics and visuals present the every day.
Through music recording, writing, and instrumental producing, he constantly strives for perfection. He’s released a string of successful singles to date; Float, Think About It, Summer Dealer & Navigate. Erich’s music has earned acclaim from Earmilk, Noiseprn,Indie Shuffle, Paste Magazine, YourEDM, Addicted Magazine, Ride the Tempo, Canadian Beats, and hosts of others.
Newsickmusic.com says of Mrak’s sound “There are love songs, there are breakup songs, and then there is what comes between. Erich Mrak has created a hip-hop pop gem that explores this space — the places where commitment meets emotions meets logic. It’s a juggle that most people know all too well, but Mrak finds the beats within the conflict.”
“Erich Mrak has a distinct sound that reminds me of Post Malone or Mac Miller, mixed with an electronic vibe.” – Noiseprn
” Both his lyrics and his sound – somewhere between hip-hop and pop – have recently developed a more laid-back feel reminiscent of Asher Roth.” – Earmilk