Albums | Chaz Cardigan Releases Futuristic Visual For “Everything’s Wrong”

Posted by on August 2, 2020

As the top comment states “Everything’s wrong but not this video”, and I would have to agree. 2020 has sucked big time, but this song and visual is beautifully trippy. It’s like watching The Matrix on acid and I would expect nothing less from the Nashville native, Chaz Cardigan. The Loud Robot / Capitol Records signee keeps pushing the envelope on his releases while always bridging the gap between Pop and Indie Rock. Check out a quote from Chaz on the song below and watch his video for “Everything’s Wrong” above now!

“‘Everything’s Wrong’ is about not letting a breakdown keep you broken down. There’s liberation in feeling low because things can only get better,” explains Chaz Cardigan. “On ‘Not OK!’ and ‘S.O.S.’ I’ve been talking about repeating cycles and wanting to break them. ‘Everything’s Wrong’ is what it feels like for a cycle to actually break – to say ‘okay, on to the next thing!’ It’s me saying, ‘I accept the chaos, I accept that everything is always changing. I’m going to ride the dragon and change with everything around me.’”

Chill | FNT Premiere: Chris Varvaro Unleashes Powerful And Emotional “Broken (Feat. Sky Roses)”

Posted by on February 22, 2019

It’s hard to find the right words to categorize the atmosphere, theme, and message that “Broken (feat. Sky Roses)” bestows on the first listen. The single envelopes elements of a pop track with several influences in between – sprinkled high-hats, electric guitar, heavy-overarching percussion all finding their way in into the fluid nature of this track. The single delivering a more meaningful spirit no just through the vocal verses here but just as much through the drama that surrounds the listener via instrumentation. The track delivers a trending sentimental sound that feels very original, minus alot of noise you may find in other tracks.

With a background in drumming as a young child before focusing his time on DAW software, Chris Varvaro has always had in inkling for music all his life. This only expanded as he grew old and took on an artist career of his own. His musical voyage has gained him support from Disruptor Records, Young Bombs, Two Friends, STMPD Records, Owen Norton and more on remixes as well as tackling a direct support slot for Vicetone in Philadelphia. Chris Varvaro is growing and his list of industry recognition moments joins alongside, he’s one worth watching in 2019.