Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to The Kerosene Hours. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I loved his music.
The sound of this artist struck me from the very first second.
A twilight sound that manages to take you to a unique and magical parallel universe.
The thing that I liked the most is the particular vocal timbre of this talented artist. A voice that seems to hide a secret and that manages to speak directly to the soul and heart of the listener.
A unique compositional style difficult to label, surely The Kerosene Hours is an artist who likes to experiment and who courageously follows his instinct and not commercial rules in composing his songs.
A mature artist who offers refined and quality music. Absolutely recommended to everyone.
It is nice to discover such eclectic and innovative artists who open new musical paths and doing so are able to inspire other artists.
Fantasy Ultra is The Kerosene Hours’ Album Out Now!
Epic and Mature!
The Kerosene Hours are the hours between midnight and 4 a.m. — that strange pocket of time that exists between real life and someone else’s dream, a time when everything is a shade of neon red, lonely blue, or sickly green, a time when anything and everything can happen. The Kerosene Hours is also the alt/dark rock, multimedia project of Los Angeles-based creative Aaron Silverstein.
The Kerosene Hours released its debut album, Fantasy Ultra, on March 11th. The album and the accompanying visuals are a meditation on the inherent insanity of suburban life viewed through the lens of the darkest fantasies we keep hidden from the outside world — Who do we want to be? Who do we think we are? Who are we really?. Silverstein is releasing all but two of the tracks from the album individually with an accompanying video, so by the end, the album will be both an audio and a visual experience — a time capsule of sorts.
Silverstein was born and raised in Los Angeles and when not making music or working with brands as a freelance Art Director, he spends much of his sunlight hours working as a WGA writer. Silverstein has had the pleasure of working with nationally and globally recognized brands such as Universal Entertainment, Microsoft, Red Bull, Boxed Water and his music was featured in “Behind the Try: A Try Guys Documentary,” chronicling the lives of the group after their departure from Buzzfeed.