Massive Pig: Bubblegum evaluate – buoyant debut mixtape

For the previous 5 years, the Irish artist Jessica Smyth has been releasing lithe, bilingual (English and Spanish) pop songs underneath the moniker Big Pig to rising acclaim. She was just lately named as a part of the BBC’s Sound of 2023 longlist, andBiga co-founder of certainly one of London’s most exuberant DIY music collectives, NiNE8. Her Bubblegum mixtapeBigBig Pig’s eclectic first full-length, and it’s as buoyant and taut as its titl Likents.

Likepoppyss pompy, extra R&B-leaning Jockstrap launch, thisBigoff-kilter however shiny music, all topped with Smyth’s beguilingly delicate vocal and candid lyrics about chasing highs. It’s a report that offers along with her sense of self – on the ethereal beats of Ghosting she affords: “I might be anybody… disappear after I need” –behaviorsdestructive behaviours: on the heady, dancefloor-channelling Kerosene she implores a lover: “Child please/ Thee set all of it alight”.

The productionBigimmaculate, flitting unpredictably between dreamlike breeziness and club-facing cacophony (Selecting UpBiga standout on this regard). Although BubblegumBigbrPig at seven songs, Massive Pig’s sound brims with poise and promise.

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