Worship at the Pop Altar of Bickle's 'Biblickle'
Duluth, Georgia-native, writer, producer, vocalist, and engineer Bickle recently and independently shared his debut album Biblickle. Bickle's talent has garnered recognition from influential figures such as Kevin Abstract and Romil of Brockhampton, and Roy Blair, among others. Throughout Biblickle, Bickle's distinct style shines through, as he proves just how great he is at incorporating unconventional sounds rooted in realism to create sonically distinctive yet stripped-down beats.
If you’re looking for an effortless listening experience that features relatable songs about life and love, Biblickle should be on your radar. Comprising a total of nine tracks, the album takes listeners on an introspective journey, exploring the harsh realities of troubled relationships and the challenges faced while navigating through the obstacles that may arise. This theme is especially evident in the concluding song on the album, “Apocalypse Love Song,” where Bickle employs a playful yet simple melody on the keys, complemented by purposefully simplistic beats derived from sounds that are often found in homes. The result is a sonically unique composition that centers around the insecurities that arise in new relationships and the anxiety of not knowing if it’ll work out with those we come to love.
Overall, he takes a unique approach to the pop genre, adding a flare of realism in his instrumentation and ultimately delivering an album that you can listen to at any time, any day.
Listen to Biblickle below: