Two Feet’s musical career is still in its nascent stages, but has swiftly begun to burgeon. Though less than a year has passed since the budding artist first broke onto the scene by signing with Majestic Casual, he’s managed to etch a name for himself through his astute fusion of jazz and blues with laid-back downtempo and glitch hop.

For his newest release, Two Feet has put forth a two track offering which remains true to his signature guitar-laden, vocal-heavy brand of electronic music. The A-side, “Love is a Bitch,” plays as an operatic jazz piece. The artist’s sultry vocals and drawn out guitar solos take center stage over subdued bass and rhythms, but the end result maintains the energy of a fully-synthesized track. In the release’s B-side, “Had Some Drinks,” Two Feet places more emphasis on electronic elements, purveying a song that echoes a minimal equivalent to GRiZ’s earlier style.

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