Zach James Douglas has today released his new EP titled ‘6X3′. Music made for the stage and electro-fused with fusion n’ feels, ‘6X3’ has that certain feeling running throughout of unabashed creativity and sonic originality. The use of noise and sounds within the tracks give an almost cinematic feel to the EP while the hooks are along for the ride and lay just underneath the experimentation.
Zach James Douglas is an indie/alternative producer, hailing from the South Dublin suburb of Tallaght, but brought up by a pint of Guinness and a packet of crisps in any number of city centre dive bars.
Having previously had the pleasure of playing festivals such as Glastonbury and Electric Picnic with former band “Little One”, Douglas now steps out alone for the first time, with his debut EP “6×3”.
With musical elements reminiscent of Sylvan Esso, Grimes, Maribou State, and The Knife, “6×3” is a six track EP, featuring three guest vocalists and is the first of a trilogy of EP’s – “6×3”, “4×2” and “2×1”, which are all due for release in coming 12 months.
Within “6×3”, Douglas documents the rebuilding process of his personal psyche, after suffering a visceral rejection from someone who he loved deeply. It looks introspectively at the mental and psychological changes that occur within the receiver of such rejection and how these changes are processed and eventually accepted, while also extrovertly asking the question – what sort of person would be capable of dispensing such abuse and how will this ultimately affect them going forward?
Another recurring theme throughout Douglas’ first farore into the moody abyss of a solo songwriter, is the concept of nature versus technology. This is best illustrated through the stark contrast and combinations of natural, conventional instrumentation and synthetic glitchy soundscapes. However, it is also seen through Z.J.D’s desire to dispel the natural feelings of shame, anxiety and depression and instead, compartmentalise and methodically process these emotions in a way that humans are generally not capable of.
With the promise of three EP’s to deliver upon, and the much anticipated return of live music on the horizon, 2021 is set to be an exciting year for Zach James Douglas, even if the first half of it will most likely be enjoyed through his aging laptop screen, while sitting at his parent’s kitchen table.
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