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The Good, the Bad and the Oddy is Oddsmokee’s Album Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Oddsmokee’s album “The Good, the Bad, and the Oddy” is a captivating musical journey that seamlessly blends a variety of genres into a modern twilight sound that’s deep and intense.

The Good, the Bad and the Oddy is Oddsmokee’s Album Out Now

This album showcases Oddsmokee’s intriguing musical vision, and it’s evident that he’s not afraid to push boundaries and experiment with different styles.

One of the standout aspects of this album is the skillful combination of folk, rock, pop, and rap elements. These genres coexist in a cool and harmonious equilibrium, creating a unique sonic landscape that keeps listeners engaged from start to finish.

Oddsmokee’s ability to weave these genres together without feeling forced or disjointed is a testament to his musical talent and versatility.

Lyrically, “The Good, the Bad, and the Oddy” is a raw and honest exploration of various topics, with a particular focus on addiction. Oddsmokee’s willingness to remove the mask and reveal his true self adds a layer of authenticity to the album that is deeply relatable.

His direct approach to storytelling and introspection invites listeners to connect with the emotions and experiences he shares.

The sound production on the album is modern and innovative, showcasing Oddsmokee’s commitment to staying at the forefront of contemporary music.

The production values are top-notch, with each track carefully crafted to enhance the overall listening experience. The use of electronic elements and atmospheric textures adds depth and dimension to the music, creating a captivating sonic landscape.

The Good, the Bad and the Oddy is Oddsmokee’s Album Out Now!


The Good, the Bad and the Oddy is Oddsmokee’s Album Out Now

During the creation of this album I was at an all time low, I had tried to quit my habits of substances of abuse with no success. I had finally reached a point of awareness mid way through the album. I had been clean for 2 months. I then lost my grandmother who was really a mother to me, after caring for her for multiple years when no one else would. My aunts stole her belongings, my rent money, and embezzled money from my father who was in the nursing home, and that was just the start. I felt utterly alone in the chaos of life.

I continued to get hit with everything at once. Court cases, abuse, threats. It felt like as soon as I got clean everything went belly up. I decided I couldn’t handle all the constant problems without drugs, once again. I went back to the same choices I had always made. What followed me was pure darkness. For once in my life the I could see the drugs were not helping me anymore. I couldn’t get a grip on reality. With the help of my support systems, I finally woke up. When this album was fully finished I had recently gotten clean again. Looking back I now realize the point of everything I have been through and continue to go through. I don’t remember at one point ever “planning” to have the album come out this way, being a story of the pitfalls of using drugs to cope with life. I’ve learned that you can not plan for life. The art that comes from it though makes all the difference.


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