Curly Tonic – I Do Remember (feat. Bob Spring)

On Feb. 5, the alternative singer/songwriter and downtempo
deep house producer, Curly Tonic, will be releasing his latest
studio endeavor, “I Do Remember”. The melancholy lyricism
and atmospheric soundscapes craft new sonic territory for the
Swiss DJ. Collaborating with the talented singer songwriter Bob
Spring, Curly Tonic’s new track brings a fresh take on his style
to the independent scene, a take that’s particularly foreign and
exciting to American audiences. Curly set out to borrow inspiration
from two different worlds: on one side there’s the punch
and feel of electronica, while on the other side you’ll find the
intimacy and honesty of indie-pop and folk: Think James Blake
jamming with Bedouin!


Last May, Curly Tonic achieved notable internet fame through
his remix of Lera Lynn’s “The Only Thing Worth Fighting For”,
a track popularized by the HBO show “True Detective”. Tonic
paired a sharply edited and produced music video with his six
minute creation, and thus, clocked in over one million views
and continual lauding for his creative style. One could argue
that Curly Tonic’s remix of the show’s second season opening
track fared better than the show itself!

Bob Spring, the featured artist on “I Do Remember”, released
his previous studio effort in March of 2015, entitled “Bob
Spring & The Calling Sirens” The record has been described as
“summer with some dark rain clouds in the sky”, manifesting
itself into a somber, melodic listening experience. The Swiss-
Italo-American is currently on his album kick off tour in his
home country, but will soon be embarking for the homeland
of his heart, the United States and a upcoming 2-week long
Ireland Tour in May 2016.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s