Factor Chandelier - "I Want to Go" feat. Paranoid Castle

by PopMatters Staff

5 April 2016

 

Graham Murawsky aka Factor Chandelier is about to release his fifth solo album, Factoria, that features an amazing batch of guest vocalists, including Open Mike Eagle, Awol One, Gregory Pepper, Ceschi, and Myka 9. Factor Chandelier conceived of this project as something of a concept album, telling the story of Factoria, a town that currently sits under Silverwood Heights in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Factor’s hometown.

Originally, the plan was to build a massive industrial city called Factoria. The project collapsed and the town’s remains are buried beneath Silverwood Heights. It’s a compelling project and today we bring you the premiere of “I Want to Go”. Rapper Kirby Dominant brings his unique voice to the table on the track “I Want to Go” when he asks: “How do you build a foundation in a shaky world?” Factor and Dominant are Paranoid Castle, and they describe themselves as the group you popped your first bottle of Veuve with or shared a “vodka soda with the lime”. This is classic hip-hop with soulful rhythms and modern beats that manage to evoke the past.

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