Jae Tyler shares sinfully
smoothe single “DTH BCH”
SEPT 15, 2022 DICK GRINDERTRON
Topeka, Kansas’s Jae Tyler has just released a fully realised masterpiece of purgatory, titled “DTH BCH”, directed by Sígurlaug Gísladóttir. At only 35 years old, Jae is already exhibiting much promise after releasing a series of blast-worthy singles such as “Famous” and “SPEED” that has crystallised him as a midwestern force of reckoning, earning him the moniker “The Topeka Tornado”. His latest track is a smooth hyper-rock anthem that exudes post-life, Catholic-ghost orgy energy that veritably hooks the listener.
“DTH BCH” Overtures with soothing SK-5 waves crashing on a cybernetic beach festooned with mid-heavy synths, guitars, and unholy ghosts quivering their jaunty haunches. Jae’s repetitive rhythms build a solid foundation for his charismatic, and effortlessly deft vocal delivery that has you swaying to Jae’s oceanic flow from the word g-g-g-go. Jae’s too-close-for-comfort presence on the mic is more felt, rather than heard, as he spits line after line of soul defaming melodic flair that adds mucho replay value.
The latest from Kansas’s Jae Tyler, “DTH BCH” finds him eternally locked in a self-imposed Waterworld of worry trading stylish verses with a Catholic ghost, making for a popular, hard-hitting listen.
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