Stream BENEE's 6-track EP 'FIRE ON MARZZ' (because it's really good and you'll like it)
WHAT WE HAVE TO SAY:
We took our time to review BENEE’s ‘FIRE ON MARZZ’ for a couple of reasons. But in all honesty, when it comes down to it (and this is no bullshit), it deserves your full attention. For us, we fell in love with ‘Evil Spider’ back in May and featured it on our site. So when news broke out surrounding the EP release, expectations coming into it were already high because we knew this was something special.
But what could we possibly say without sounding cliche or boring? The project itself is far from dull, in fact, it’s everything we could hope for when discovering a new artist. There’s an excitement that rushes through your mind as one song ends and a new one begins. Building off and complimenting one another like a perfectly choreographed dance—all while maintaining the highest form of originality and flair.
This is the kind of project that will inspire artists (in more ways than one) for years to come; because on a crowded stage, BENEE stands out amongst the noise. From her lyrics, to her outstanding performance, BENEE’s vision and talent demands your attention with fierceness and class.. All together, from the polished production, beautiful mixing, and her incredibly diverse writing style, ‘FIRE ON MARZZ’ will remain a personal favorite of ours for YEARS, some say even through the ‘Afterlife’.
Needless to say (but we’ll say it anyway), BENEE is a rising star. From her personality, her sound, and her vision, there’s not enough of her to go around… and we could definitely use it (no pressure). Don’t forget to connect with BENEE online to stay up to date on any upcoming tour dates or shows and enjoy!
WHAT THE ARTIST HAS TO SAY:
“When it came to coming up with a name for my EP, what first came to mind was wanting a phrase that was a big old explosion, because that’s kinda what the EP feels like to me. I came up with the name FIRE ON MARZZ and thought it did the best job at not really relating to any song in the EP. I didn’t think there was a phrase that could sum them all up.” — BENEE