11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Building on the house-infused atmospherics of 2014’s Northtown EP, Las Vegas-born solo act Shamir Bailey hurls even more ingredients into the mix on a debut album overspilling with ideas and sharp, millennial wit. From playful, cowbell-clanking anthem “On The Regular” to the seductive late-night throb of “Call It Off”, Ratchet is alive with unexpected twists and turns, shot through with Bailey's distinctive countertenor tones. To listen is to hear Sin City’s anything goes ethos reinvented as a powerful pop philosophy.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Building on the house-infused atmospherics of 2014’s Northtown EP, Las Vegas-born solo act Shamir Bailey hurls even more ingredients into the mix on a debut album overspilling with ideas and sharp, millennial wit. From playful, cowbell-clanking anthem “On The Regular” to the seductive late-night throb of “Call It Off”, Ratchet is alive with unexpected twists and turns, shot through with Bailey's distinctive countertenor tones. To listen is to hear Sin City’s anything goes ethos reinvented as a powerful pop philosophy.

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