Gadda is a hard artist to encapsulate. The Toronto-based singer's Bronze EP is the first installment of a trilogy that he created in his studio-bedroom out of his parents' home in Brampton which he calls "The Skydome." His eclectic debut EP is a dark, floaty, yet life-assuring journey of indie folk and downtempo R&B with a chilling concept about the future of humanity.
From Gadda's minimalist, self-reflective standout single "Caravan" to the transcendent "Thousands," the EP weaves the presence of nature with technology. Gadda explains in an email to Chart Attack:
"The Bronze EP is loosely based on the story of a man in the near future who is fed up with the state of humanity, and so he takes it upon himself to create a new and improved humanity, first starting with himself, by merging man with machine. It was inspired by readings about futurism and the singularity, which are topics that I enjoy reading about."