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This song is purple and blue, deep mysterious colors. This song is bruised up knees, dirty sneakers, a box of cigarettes. This song is your friend who races red lights in his beat up honda civic, dizziness, confusion, confliction, and comfort. This song is the caress of winter, a burning cold breath of air coming out of a crowded club. This song is a crumbled up valet ticket, the small pieces of your life suddenly carrying the weight they didn't before. This song is driving past your ex-girlfriend's apartment, rolled eyes, rude words from your backseat, but they float past you like cigarette smoke. You moved on faster than your friends did, but there's always the thought of what might have been sits in your car like an unwanted passenger. 

Just Shad is making noise on his scene, pumping out glorious ambient tracks that float and fizzle with color. Each song goes down smooth and builds up a Frank Ocean or Khalid adjacent mood that waves around listeners like an ocean. A listen through Just Shad's discography takes maybe half an hour, but you'll feel different afterward. Take a listen and find out exactly what I mean. 

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About The Curator - Carah Wes

Originally from Seattle, WA, Carah Wes is an LA-based singer-songwriter and lyricist. Before choosing to follow her passion for music, Carah spent most of her time crafting words as an award-winning poet. Her deep connection to and fondness for the written word inspired her to become a strong, poignant lyricist.

Carah takes influences from a wide variety of places; from Troye Sivan to Fleetwood Mac, or The 1975 to Dashboard Confessional, you can be sure that Carah’s music is passionate, emotional and authentic at its core. She believes there is great power in music, and hopes to bring the love to all those who are graced to hear her.

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