Mindchatter Demonstrates Impressive Versatility on “Nothing On Me”

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Fresh off a stint from touring with Polo & Pan, NYC-based artist Mindchatter is gearing up for the release of his sophomore album, Dream Soup. His musical style refuses to fit neatly in one box, and his insane versatility makes him one of the most exciting up-and-coming names in music right now. His new single “Nothing On Me” shows why he should be on your radar.

While his last single was pure instrumental bliss, Mindchatter’s alluring vocals are back front and center on this track. Some of his earlier songs embrace fast-paced house elements, but he slows things down on this track. The opening piano chords strike a pensive, wistful tone. Backed by dreamy pops of synth and eclectic percussion, Mindchatter gets introspective as he muses “sadness is a drug you could spend all your money on.” Despite the song’s sobering subject matter, however, there is an undercurrent of optimism running throughout.

In a press release, Mindchatter explained:

There’s something addictive about self pity, so a lot of people (including myself) get off on their own sadness. “Nothing On Me” is a reminder to stop dwelling on yourself and start paying attention to the world around you.

Mindchatter’s next album Dream Soup will be out April 8, via Mind of a Genius, so mark your calendars now. Until then, check out “Nothing On Me” using the link below. Enjoy!

Mindchatter – Nothing On Me