Artist To Watch: Spazz Cardigan

Louisville raised, now Nashville-based multi-talented artist and songwriter; Spazz Cardigan is one 2018’s most exciting up-and-coming writers in the indie pop scene.

Spazz’s most recent single: “DOIDOIT” draws from his influences such as Nsync, Michael Jackson and Queen, in a collision of R&B, Hip-Hop and Pop genres mixed with various electronic and organic elements.

“‘DOIDOIT’ is about the one question that I think unites everyone: ‘why am I the way I am?’.  It’s a reflection on my life over the last few years as I’ve moved from sleeping on couches to making a living with music and a dissection of the decisions I’ve made in the meantime.” – Spazz Cardigan

Classically trained as a piano player and a self taught guitarist, bassist and drummer, Spazz’s musical prowess and eclectic past becomes evident through the imaginative and textural sounds in his music. As an artist, he is the product of the Millennial post-genre landscape.

“I’ve got a nasty tendency of basing my self worth on how busy I stay and how productive I am, and while that’s fueled me in getting music off the ground it’s also led to me tearing myself apart when I feel like I’m not living up to the expectations I set for myself. I got to a place about a month ago where it hit me how unsustainable that is over a lifetime, and “DOIDOIT” was written in about 5 minutes as I questioned why my brain was wired that way. This is the quickest I’ve ever been able to write and release a song.” – Spazz Cardigan

With an contagiously bounce that is sure to stay with you long after listening, DOIDOT is evocative and wildly catchy.

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