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By Alissa Arunarsirakul // February 12, 2021
If you’ve gotten bored of your current music rotation, Casper Bloom is here to rightfully shake things up. Refusing to be shackled to a single genre, the Toronto native is a self-taught guitarist and producer ready to blow your mind. To be brutally honest, it should be illegal to create music as orgasmic as Bloom’s, but alas — here’s his delectable new single, “PARADIGM.”
Before we even hear Bloom’s charming vocals, the holy bass lines and gritty percussion in “PARADIGM” already have us entranced. We’d go so far as to say it’s almost as if this spellbinding track can relieve the worst headaches and heal the brokenhearted with its incredible saxophone solo and swirly synths. As Bloom explores the endless possibilities of what good may come from the current pandemic, “PARADIGM” transports us to an alternate dimension where nothing bad could ever happen.
On “PARADIGM,” Casper Bloom shared,
“When I made ‘PARADIGM,’ I’d been reflecting on this global and personal sense of rapidly approaching change that a lot of us seem to share right now. For me, the song is about the yet-to-be-known good that can come of uncertain transitional periods like this one.”