South London producer Just Geo releases new album 'End Of Days But Make It Vibes'
Author: Tom Dingley | Saturday 31st July 2021
South London's very own Just Geo has just released his brand new album titled End Of Days But Make It Vibes.
The album is full of energy and fuses grime, garage, breaks and hip-hop. End of Days but Make it Vibes sees Just Geo skilfully combine all of his musical influences into an invigorating eleven-track LP. Opener ‘Running To Worthy Farm’ - a track title referring to to Geo performing at Glastonbury - channels classic grime energy, bringing together eski clicks and rolling bass, while Grime OG Flirta D appears on the similarly full-frontal track titled ‘Be Direct’.
Speaking on the project himself Just Geo said: “The last year has been weird, to say the least, but this is music I made to help keep me sane during that time and I’m so proud of it,” Just Geo explains. “There's a few collaborations with vocalists on here but the entirety of the production was essentially just me in my bedroom and it's a massive amalgamation of all my influences and things I've always wanted to experiment with. This is a project I could have just worked on and tweaked forever. It was a challenge to finish as some of it is very new territory for me but now I just can't wait for people to hear it!”
The work of a highly-skilled producer, End of Days but Make it Vibes is Just Geo’s most accomplished body of work to date. Showcasing the veratility of Just Geo as a producer, the different vibes that every track provides on this project make it certain to have something for everybody. Whether it be the future-garage sounds on 'Feels Like', to the infectious 'All Day All Night' there is something to attract everyone.
The project is available to stream now on Spotify and Apple Music!