Cassiel has released his latest album, ‘Polar’, which delves even further into complex love equations. The songs are written with such clarity and honesty that his thoughts are conveyed through the emotions represented in the lyrics. The production includes a lot of different hues and inspirations from other genres, which kept things fresh for us. The album’s 12 songs were meticulously created, with each song being treated differently from the others.
The album opens with ‘Wish You All the Best‘, a song with a sorrowful narrative but an optimistic tone in the writing. The vocal delivery has a lot of clarity, and the groove has a lot of impact. What a fantastic start. The next tune, ‘Deity Girl’, has a thrilling opening that I really enjoyed. The song is about the emotional intricacy of the equation, which is nicely represented through the performance’s expressions. ‘Burn Your Roses‘ contains a strong and unique bass line that runs throughout the song. The 808s give the music just the appropriate amount of impact. The tune has a lot of intensity, which is boosted even more by the vocal delivery. ‘Over Soon,’ the next song, has a wonderful guitar tone that truly establishes the mood for the song. The melody of the song was quite appealing to me. I believe the song’s emotion is reflected in the vocal delivery, which is very passionate.
‘What You Need‘ is a lovely written piece that describes the relationship’s compassion and warmth with such clarity and calmness. The tempo adds to the overall feeling of the song, which is really serene and draws you into it. The ambient textures provide just the appropriate effect for us to really enjoy the tune. Moving on, we come upon a fantastic lively tune called ‘Left Of Me.’ The song has a lot of energy and terrific beats, which I’m sure will appeal to a lot of people. We can’t stop ourselves from tapping along with the beat since the groove is so tight and solid. The following song, ‘Frostbite,’ had a great mood about it. It starts with such intriguing synthetic tones that have subtle tints of lofi space, and the song’s rhythm is so lovely as it progresses. This helped me to really get into the tune as it progressed. The vocal chops are also really impressive and fit in nicely with the sonic space’s mood.
With ‘Bodybag,’ the Lofi universe is further explored. The rap passages are quite fluid, and the section at the finish is just absolutely stunning. The vocals have the right amount of definition. The arpeggiated textures worked well with the sounds as well. Sets the tone for the rest of the song. As the song develops, ‘Kathmandu‘ offers a great message. The concept it portrays has a lot of present significance. It would certainly make us think. Furthermore, the beat is incredible, and the rap is very clear, making it easy to connect with the audience right away. ‘Goosebumps,’ the next song, is a wonderful composition that truly pumps you up. The performances maintain a high level of intensity, which increases the song’s atmosphere, and the rhythms and guitars blend seamlessly into the song’s space.
The next tune, ‘Codependent‘, has a lovely emotive start that I really enjoy. The song’s rhythm is once again highly addictive, keeping us captivated to the track throughout. The words are simple, yet they perfectly express his love and care for the partnership. The voices, which seem so sincere, truly bring forth the feelings. ‘Forget,’ the album’s closing track, is built on basic guitar progressions that immediately connect with us. The song’s flow is quite natural, and it’s a fantastic way to end the album. The album’s pieces cover a wide range of love and relationship expressions and circumstances, and they’re all fascinatingly written. I’m hoping that the album will appeal to a wide range of listeners and that the effort will be properly recognised.