Premiere: Marear - people out here
Take a first listen to emerging Naarm/Melbourne producer’s new single of genre-blurring underground vibes
Coming in hot with a new slice of footwork and hip hop influenced sounds is Melbourne's Marear in the form of new single people out here, premering on Pilerats today.
With an aim to "connect with those intrigued and committed to understanding who she is, simply through listening", Marear will no doubt achieve this goal with tracks like people out here - a cut that starts off like a stripped back footwork production and Marear's engaging, deadpan vocals, before the production builds and builds, adding all manner of swelling synths before we're treated to some dirty jungle breaks. people out here's true ingenuity lies in Marear's restraint as a producer, not throwing everything against the wall from the first beat, only implementing what really needs to sonically enhance the track.
Marear expands on people out here saying "I wrote this song very quickly and effortlessly one evening in the lounge room of my apartment upon being in a space where I was thinking deeply about several different scenarios I found myself in at the time and observations I'd made. It explores my own personal beliefs on the changeable nature of socialisation - in that it can be so imperative to us feeling nourished and fulfilled as individuals, yet simultaneously a process that can take so much out of us.
I love to observe and analyse the actions of those around me; look beneath the surface; learn their dispositions. people out here was written as a reflection of me being both mentally immersed and removed in various social situations and documenting everything that is subliminal.”