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BAD BUBBLE

WE REVIEW THE NEW EP FROM BAD BUBBLE – AM I A GOOD MAN?

So, you’ve stumbled upon BAD BUBBLE’s latest EP, “Am I a Good Man?” and you’re wondering what the fuss is all about. This Chicago-based one-man-band has put together a collection that’s raw, honest, and as gritty as a Chicago alleyway after a Cubs game. Let’s take a deep dive into the tracks and see what kind of music BAD BUBBLE has conjured up.

Opening with “Dizzy Face,” A slow melodic start. The track is an electrifying mix of synth and piano, The lyrics? A bit more vocal clarity would help us catch all the lyrical nuances. But hey, if life’s a dizzying blur, the music might as well be too, right?

Next up, “Foglife” changes the pace, pulling you into a faster environment, wandering through a thick Chicago fog at dawn—moody, mysterious, and slightly disorienting.It’s a beautiful track that could benefit from a touch more dynamic range in the production to really let the emotions soar. But hey ho it works!

If you thought things were getting a bit too mellow, “Knives & Pills” maintains a meloncoly state. BAD BUBBLE lays down a subtle selection of bass, synth and soupy mix.

Closing the EP, “Super Drip” is a groove-laden track that’s got a swagger all its own. The bassline is funky and infectious, BAD BUBBLE’s musicianship work here shines, weaving in and out of the rhythm with ease.

“Am I a Good Man?” is a bold, unfiltered peek into the world of BAD BUBBLE. This EP is all about integrity—no shortcuts, no software trickery, just pure, organic music with passion and honesty.

Sure, there are moments where the mix could be cleaner and the vocals could shine brighter, but that’s part of the charm. BAD BUBBLE isn’t about polished perfection; he’s about real, raw expression.

So, is BAD BUBBLE a good man? Who knows. But he’s definitely unique, give it a whirl.

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