An experience in slow motion by Chester Watson. Placed in anti-gravitational soundwaves - brooding words are scattered like rain and wash away our minds internalized misguidance. To be heard and to be understood is the essence of Chester Watson’s mystical journey infused creations. Hazy and often darkened by ominous beats he transcends the mind to a higher consciousness and moves his monotonically molded words through molasses - sticky with precise articulation upon each and every syllable. In the depths of low frequencies we absorb and digest the eloquence of his stories - even the ones smothered in distinctive dissonance.
Filling his mouth to the brim with poetic reflective language and beats that drop you gently into an electrifying sedation - you'll find time moves slower here...
I think time ticks slower when you watch it
But I'm probably at the concert somewhere
Lost inside a mosh pit
People rarely value time before they've lost it
So I'm hella' careful of where I vibe and where I'm caught
If I'm caught, fuck it
Probably smoking spliff outside their offices
I'm usually chill but sometimes I'm hitting rock bottom
Mentally I'm in the field
Probably filling my pockets with daffodils
But the clouds above look like autumn's right around
With a packet of pills, some white garments
Pharmacists, they call him the doctor
He's quite ominous but sharp with it
Dark witted, post apocalyptic armor
I got to talk with him and the consensus is
It's seems time ticks slower when you watch it
People got hairline fractures on their conscience
Then they try to patch it up with bondage or bandages
So is God the one responsible for the damages?
I can't think (I can't think)
Just know that time moves slower on the brink (On the brink)
Of extinction (Of extinction)
I'm just tryna' stay as timeless as a dream is
You know what I mean, it's all inside of the deets
Red box logo on the truck, says Supreme
And them three letters: I.O.U. on the T
And sometimes life's a world record on repeat
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About The Curator - Maria Fish
You can most often find Maria in her garden humming along to an eclectic playlist titled “Life’s a Garden, Dig It” and of course tending to her beloved plants. This garden is located on the island of Kaua’i at her childhood home surrounded by tropical fruit trees and flowers. Beautiful music has always gone hand in hand with the beauty of the island. Just as she nurtures her plants, she looks forward to nurturing this playlist and the community of music lovers that feel like stopping by and having a listen.
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