Boomkat Product Review:
Somewhere between Andre 3000 and Flying Lotus, OlivierDaySoul's music won't necessarily be to everyone's tastes, combining lazy, bumping hip hop beats with an untethered vocal eccentricity that's bound to have plenty of you reaching for the instrumental mix. Thankfully, there is one, but you'll also find a handy a cappella revealing Olivier's lunacy in all its schizoid, falsetto glory. B-side 'Potion No. 9' relies on a similar formula for the backing track but harnesses a more traditional, soulful approach for the song itself. it's all good and well, but it's the unstable charms of the A-side that prove the more compelling listen.