By: Anand Harsh
Of The Trees has had a busy ass summer between festivals, road dates with DMVU on the Tour de Excellence, and high-profile collabs with Zebbler Encanti Experience, Mr. Bill, and Toadface. But Tyler Coombs somehow found the time to tie together four big tracks for the Harvest EP just in time for fall.
Each of the four tracks on the EP, “Everglade March,” “Harvest,” “Old Growth,” and “Durin's Tower,” hit in their own unique way. Coombs wraps a lot of the drops together with wompy, mid-frequency wobbles, but the builds and breaks give each song their own natural flavor. Essences of dubstep, trap, and hip-hop permeate each distinct piece and resonate in a very organic way. There are also some signature Of The Trees moments in each that really identify Coombs as the author and storyteller.
Next month you can catch Of The Trees in Denver, Minneapolis, Indianapolis, Brooklyn, Rochester, and Pittsburgh. That busy boy is planting some roots. Get in on the ground... ground? Dirt? I'm uprooting this tree pun.
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