Michigan-based indie/R&B/pop artist Choker has been compared to the prolific Frank Ocean a lot on the interwebs, and I understand why: On previous projects Peak and Honeybloom, Choker’s vocal tones, intermittent rap, and pop tendencies shine inside the artist’s own emotive production and unorthodox song structure. But Choker’s new-ish singles (“Lucky,” “Starfruit LA,” and “Petrol Bliss”) prove that he has a style all his own. The ironically named artist sounds terrific on recording, and his music videos—which typically feature shots of Choker hanging out a car window—are beautifully stimulating in all their DIY glory. Choker’s gig at Holocene provides an opportunity to experience the depth of the artist’s multifaceted chops live.
by Jenni Moore
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