“While Elohim’s ‘Xanax’ might not be the real drug,” writes Noisey, “the effect of the track is pretty potent.” The mysterious LA-based electro artist’s debut single, “She Talks Too Much,” was a bouncy track for the club. Yet “Xanax” is a calming track, drawing inspiration from ethereal trip hop and displaying another side of Elohim. Check out Noisey’s feature, along with the song, here.
HillyDilly also loves “Xanax,” which was just released by B3SCI as a double-A side 12″ single along with “She Talks Too Much,” featuring it here. According to the site, “It’s great. It’s sluggish, downtempo, glossy, shadowy, glum, and perhaps what a younger, more drug-pop-oriented Lana Del Rey would sound like if she woke up in a dream and started to sing… You’re not going to be able to resist falling under the track’s spell.”