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A modern, minimalist take on traditional dancehall rhythms, Pagan taps into reggae’s softer side. The Jamaican club sound often peppers the pop charts—Diplo, Drake, and Rihanna have all released interpretations—but Palmistry is after new territory. The London producer-vocalist keeps things simple by relying almost solely on staccato synths, reserved bass drums, and splashes of auto-tune, carefully incorporating Caribbean rhythms and vocal tricks (he deftly mimics dancehall’s signature mumble). The songs are strung together like variations on a theme. “Lifted” is flirty, “Sweetness” is joyful, and “Adeus” is brooding electro-R&B.

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Wow! Amazing.

I just accidentally discovered your music while browsing through ITunes. I was instantly captivated by your sound and melodies and bought the whole album. I'm blown away, this is where it's at right now! Amazing!

Crap

Wth are you tapping the same 3 keys on the keyboard for every song? Corny music blahbbin bout nothin.

¡Excellente!

🔹This album is like something I've never heard before and I love it! Palmistry has a unique and refreshing sound. On repeat and repeat🔹

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

During the 2010s, London-based producer/vocalist Palmistry (Benjamin Keating) received acclaim for his innovative blend of dancehall, alternative R&B, and grime. His airy, melancholy songs combine elements of contemporary Caribbean rhythms (with artists like Vybz Kartel and Popcaan being significant influences) and ambient synthesizer textures, along with Keating's softly sung introspective lyrics about loneliness and heartache. Palmistry first surfaced in 2011 with a self-released EP titled Cut....
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