It is quite rare that we take an album like this and put it under the microscope. Right smack in this work week we bring you the latest from newcomer Apollo, who brings up his metaphysical album SkyDive While Apollo may sound new and fresh to you, the Canadian multi-instrumentalist behind the mask Joel Jasper has been a staple in the community for years now. His career and love for music began at a ripe age of 13 when he honed his skills and began to become the artist we know today. Originally known as Kalibo, Jasper took inspiration from Greek mythology as well as natural wellness to create what we now know as Apollo.
SkyDive is definitely an interesting album that showcases the change of style as Jasper transitioned from Kalibo to Apollo. After major struggles during the production of the album, which included the originals being stolen, Jasper eventually was able to crowdfund and finish the album. You can feel and hear the outpouring amount of emotion that Jasper included as if to make you aware he didn’t half-ass this one. The album is simply beyond the corporeal, so let Apollo grab hold and do not let go. You definitely won’t regret it.
Be sure to give SkyDive a full listen below:
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