Coultrain comes from St. Louis. He could also come from a few dozen decades ago. Thoughtful, intentional, and dense, his music has always been rewarding to its listener. He's created a mythology of his own that has spanned several releases, the life and love of Seymour Liberty.
On his newest release, a Fresh Selects production, he continues the story. Side Effex Of Make-Believe; divided for love’s sake triumphs in that the colors of the music best align with the soul of the words.
Check out the first taste, "Kiss of Death" and read up on a Fact Mag interview with the crooner about the creation of the EP with lone producer Black Spade, aka Stoney Rock:
"When Stoney and I work together it’s very much a loose process most of the time. With this EP, because it’s an extension of the story that I’ve been writing for several years, the subject matter is very much a solitary process for myself. That being said, we discuss sounds and moods and colors. From that point I choose what compositions fit the initial idea and go from there. We never go into it with an actual plan of tempos and production, just atmosphere and feeling. And even those things aren't specific, they just are."