Singer, songwriter and instrumentalist Autumn In June is fresh from the LA music scene, but this South Central up-and-coming indie pop artist is quickly making a name for himself with a dynamic sound that highlights the young artist’s style and makes you want to stand up and join him. Growing up on the streets of South Central, LA, Autumn In June’s childhood was saturated by violence, gang culture and a community revere for gangster rap. Branching away from this neighborhood norm, AIJ’s newfangled indie-electronica style is recreating an image of this environment while simultaneously being heavily influenced by his hip-hop upbringing.
“Everything about Autumn In June is refreshing and genuine. Even the name holds value, acting as a symbol of his feelings of disconnect and uncompromising individualism. His debut single does the same. A far cry from the rap and hip-hop typical to his South Central home, Autumn In June echoes a trip-hop sound, most popular in the UK. The rougher edge and aggression of rap is marginalized in his music. Instead, the trip-hop influence vigorously breaks through in his single, “Weeks.” While the beats act as a pulsing rhythm driving the song, hints of soul seep into the electronic melody.” Jenna Romaine — The Aquarian Weekly
“LA’s South Central district is better known for nurturing rappers like Schoolboy Q and Ice Cube than tightly wound indie/electro music but that’s where newcomer Autumn In June steps in.” — NME Magazine
With uncompromising lyrics and a desire to stay true to his urban roots, Autumn in June is using music to forge a path of innovation, breaking the mold of what is expected.
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