What sets BLVTH apart from musically kindred acts like Mura-Masa, Flume or Lorne is his willingness and grit to go beyond what’s approved in the current musical landscape, regarding his genre-hopping antics and convention-defying performance, manifesting himself in an erratic whirlwind of vigour and creativity. His songs and beats are melodic, hard hitting, experimental but nonetheless weirdly catchy, at times even anthemic. Having grown up with Punk and Hardcore and later straying with French-house and Trap, he describes his own music as Future-Grunge, a dystopian, ragged version of electronic pop and hip-hop. BLVTH is fresh and bold like an unexpected slap on the cheek and at the same time deep and contemplative like a good whiskey.
After autonomously releasing numerous EP’s and singles and producing for German Rap-Acts Casper, Marteria and Ahzumjot, along with international acts such as K.Flay and Point Point.