Hailing from Los Angeles, is artist-producer duo Rewnd. Rewnd is comprised of Deku and Racayan. Deku is a singer/songwriter who has written for artists globally while following his passion for exploring new places and ideas, meeting people, finding new inspiration for the music. Producer Racayan, who since obtaining a bachelor's in Digital Arts, began working with the hip-hop group Blackalicious. Racayan further grew his production skills, which lead to their debut EP under the name 'Cathartic.' We are pleased to announce the debut release from Rewnd "Day Dream," it's action-packed of high energy and feel good vibes. "Day Dream" is full of elements that keep the heat going. From flavorful chords in characterful synths to a steadily building punchy electronic drum groove that has elements of R&B and Trap, and a beautifully written and performed a vocal performance that is quickly able to call out to your heart and pull you in to hear Rewnd's story. The theme of losing your mind in "Day Dream" is something that many of us will be able to relate to. Too often, events or people come into our lives and suddenly shift our mental focus to only being on that, and Rewnd can perfectly capture that feeling within "Day Dream." 'Cathartic' EP set to release on May 14th, we are genuinely thrilled about it. We can't wait to hear what else Rewnd is putting onto the table. You can discover “Day Dream” here.
Welcome to BuzzMusic Rewnd! Congratulations on the debut release “Day Dream” off of your upcoming ‘Cathartic’ EP, what inspired you two to come together and form Rewnd? What is the workflow like together? Thank you! We appreciate you talking to us. Rewnd happened organically, we started with one song and it was such a vibe that it turned into two, then three, and then into a whole EP. The workflow is a very natural process. Creativity gets flowing and we just feed off each other’s energy. It feels almost effortless when we create. Your release “Day Dream” is full of good vibes and good sounds, what was the inspiration behind coming up with this record? What does the song mean for the two of you? Deku:
The inspiration was more so of dreaming of what could go right, but realizing that sometimes the day dream is better than real life. The vibe was imagining that perfect scenario and one's expectation of going into a situation with another individual. We just want people to feel good when they hear the song. Day Dream solidified the project itself, it was the moment we realized we should make an entire EP.
For me, I grew up on 90’s R&B. It’s embedded into my core being, so everything is rooted in that era. With the soundscape of “Day Dream”, it was inspire