We sat down with the genre-blending collective at their EP launch party to speak about their distinctive music, interesting artwork, and new project Time Flies.
Studio 32 is a group of five friends in their twenties who combine their individual talents to create a chilled out blend of hip-hop and rock, which they’ve fittingly established as ‘Hip-Rock’. Their debut EP Time Flies premieres the band’s unique sound. The 18-minute project features rapper Lemuel spitting over relaxed production and dreamy vocals provided by young-talent Josie. Funky guitar and bass riffs flow through the project and even a cello makes an appearance on a track, making clear the lengths the group go to in order to achieve their eclectic and organic sound.
Last week the band hosted a launch party in Soho to celebrate the project. The venue doubled as an art exhibition featuring the vibrant work of Lemuel’s brother Emmanuel Unaji. I greeted the team before the party kicked off and had a chat with them underneath the store where the party was taking place.
Listen to their impressive new EP below:
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