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COBURN BLAAUW® ︎ An autobiogrpahical website showcasing the works of Jacob Coburn-Blaauw.   COBURN BLAAUW® ︎ An autobiogrpahical website showcasing the works of Jacob Coburn-Blaauw.   






ABOUT


Hi,
I’m Jacob, a 19-year-old multi-specialist Writer, and Producer based in London, England. What you’re currently viewing is my autobiographical website.

From essays to interviews to music, this is a home for a multitude of things I have done or am doing...right now.



ABOUT


Hi,
I’m Jacob, a 19-year-old multi-specialist Writer, and Producer based in London, England. What you’re currently viewing is my autobiographical website.

From essays to interviews to music, this is a home for a multitude of things I have done or am doing...right now.



CONTENTS


INTERVIEWS
per götesson
alicia robinson [AGR®]
mowalola ogunlesi [MOWALOLA®]

REVIEWS
alexander mcqueen ss22
christopher kane ss22
rimon - digital tears
yves tumor - the asymptotical world
bnny - everything
kwollem - c2c
october and the eyes - dogs and gods

SOUND
e.w.a.p
bandcamp
soundcloud

EXTENSIVE WRITINGS
wintr muenchen 19--
heart of darkness


CONTACT


e-mail
instagram








V RIMON - DIGITAL TEARS

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It’s pretty easy to find yourself too tied up in the digital world and conflict our minds on what’s real and what’s not, we’ve all been there in some way or another. RIMON’s latest EP adopts the digital persona ‘NOMIR’ and gains a sense of clarity at a dark crossroad that challenges misplacement, validation, cancel culture, and misinformation.

We are fully aware of RIMON as an R&B artist, yet she never fails to defy complexity when incorporating alternative genres in her songs. Whether it’s a 30-second electric guitar solo or it’s Denzel Curry’s effortlessly executed rap verse over Got My Back’s jazzy beat, it would be foolish to undermine RIMON’s capabilities.

The third EP from Rimon, when comparing it to her last two projects, 2021’s Digital Tears emerges victorious. As much as it’s a bold move to experiment with your sound and take a slightly different path from what many fans are used to, with all the muffled vocals, distorted sound-effects, and overly-autotuned tweaks in the sonic, this EP justifies its brilliance. Notable tracks include the killer opener “Been Around The World” which begins as a series of indecipherable electronic squeals and murmurs before introducing that sweet signature Rimon sound. Not to mention “Digital Tears” giving us a short, muffled hook, pleasurable enough to make a few hairs stand on end.

Read the full review here

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