Levi Zadoff and Dead Hendrix enjoy bringing their music to a broader audience. The duo released their first EP, “Dead Summer,” on 3rd June 2022, and now they are back with their latest single, “Toxic.”
The multidimensional lyricist Levi Zadoff uses his life experiences and poetic skill to produce music destined for success in the mainstream music industry. He believes music has the power to express freedom. Levi Zadoff intends to create new musical genres that incorporate elements of punk, rock, pop, and hip-hop with the aid of his alter-ego.
Canadian punk/rap musician Gavin Kratt, best known by his stage name Dead Hendrix. He has been creating songs since he was a little child. His songs reflect real-life issues like substance abuse, drug addiction, heartbreak, insecurities, and trauma. His unique music style tackles these problems from the point of humanity.
Levi Zadoff and Dead Hendrix delved deeply into the facts of the previous two years for their new project, “Dead Summer.” The EP chronicles the tale of the summer’s symbolic end during the COVID lockdown. It highlights the deaths of friends and family caused by the virus and drug misuse made worse by the global epidemic.
Their pop/punk and rock/rap hybrid are included on the album, which also has captivating hooks and hypnotic melodies. The EP opens with the ironic “Don’t Think It Could Get Much Better,” and it also includes the song “Alone,” which explores the loneliness and perplexity of the couple. The third track, “Can’t Be God,” acknowledges that they have no control over their lives. A song about heartbreak called “Love Game” and a bonus track called “Teenage Dirtbag” is also included on the EP.
Incorporating melody, edge, counterculture, and relevancy into this endeavor was superbly done by Levi Zadoff and Dead Hendrix duo. Their latest single, “Toxic,” pays tribute to more upcoming projects for their fans.
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