Indie electro artist Ron Isaiah aka SuperFunkBox recently premiered his new single “Ginger Boom” on Soundcloud. Trippy as always, the Florida native’s latest consists of an alternating loop of a chirping electro build, synth organ and strings straight from a Danny Elfman soundtrack, and Isaiah’s stream-of-consciousness spoken word poetry that seems to deal with letting go of past mistakes, supported by a tightly wound drum track.
Jerusalem-based indie-electro artist SuperFunkBox has released a new track entitled “Prayer” to his ReverbNation page. The song itself is a heady blend of Mediterranean melody, fuzzed-out industrial-style beat, and vocals that range from ghostly wailing to forceful rapping. You can check it out below.
SuperFunkBox is the downtempo brainchild of Ron Isaiah, a multi-instrumentalist and independent TV producer who relocated to Israel from Orlando, Florida. He has released four records since 2013, including his most recent album ScrubScribe, which came out in February and is available on Bandcamp. You can also find his music on Soundcloud and YouTube.