Dublin-based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Neolithic (Neo Morake) has just released his second solo single, “Thots.” He has been active in the Irish music scene for over a decade with several projects including his band Nobody’s Heroes, as a well known busker, and now his solo project.
A laid back beat made up of layered guitars and vocals meets Neolithics’s signature playful swagger. His quick and clever flow amplifies the groove as he raps and sings about experiences he’s had as well as his evolving identity as an artist.
He says, “Growing up with my name I’ve been referenced to the Matrix a lot. Neo’s task was to mess up the system so that’s what I’m gonna do. It's also a kind of post-introduction-intro into my rap side with Lithic as an alter ego of Neolithic. It’s my own way of saying “hey world, I’m ready. Let’s do this…” you know?”
He goes on to say, “This side of my music is really about letting loose and being free with yourself. The song really is about feeling goofy, it’s also about some odd moments, particular sessions that I’ve had in the past. Thoughts of those memories - even the freshest - get you feeling good.”
The song was recorded and produced by Neolithic in his home studio.
Bio: Neolithic has been active in the Irish music scene for over a decade both solo and with several projects including his band Nobody’s Heroes. A singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and well-known busker, Neolithic’s music blends genres and influences to bring listeners a groove-heavy and truly engaging experience. His solo project satisfies his hunger for more flavours and experimenting and fuses genres such as rap, hip-hop, jazz, lo-fi & indie.