sober rob and Karra Hit Celestial Heights with ‘Supermoon’
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sober rob and Karra Hit Celestial Heights with ‘Supermoon’

sober rob thrives in his ever-ethereal sweet spot with the release of ‘Supermoon’ alongside vocalist, Karra. The pair teamed up on sober rob’s previous single ‘Moving On,’ and reunited once again in this sensual yet powerful tune.

The Boston-native is classically trained and hints to his past life as a violinist in the structure of his delicately robust music production. His style is carefully pushed a little bit further out of the box on ‘Supermoon’ as compared to the production of his Salt EP, released last year, but demonstrates his depth and talent as a producer.

‘Supermoon’ hovers effortlessly in the middle ground between delicate and dominant. It’s sensual undercurrent prevalent, but not overbeared by the commanding bass and building tempo.

Karra’s soulful vocals truly take this song over the moon, so to speak, breathing a certain deepness along the carefully constructed violin chords. This creates a nice contrast against sober rob’s rattling basslines and synth heavy structure.

Listen to ‘Supermoon’ below:


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