I’m Gurley, an independent musician based in Los Angeles, CA.
Originally from the Boston, MA area, I graduated from Northeastern University in the spring of 2021 with a BS in psychology and minors in music and music technology. After connecting with artists from around the world I helped create the global group Room Noise. I hope you enjoy the ride.
““New Tide” compels with its charismatic synth pulses and falsetto vocals, showcasing the melodic and atmospheric songwriting of Boston-based artist Gurley. The track represents the fourth entry in the Beyond series from Gurley, who describes “New Tide” as about “the loss of personal identity within a relationship and the internal conflict that arises from clinging on and convincing oneself that everything is fine.” The track’s introduction intrigues with its contrast of understated vocal falsetto with expressive synths, thickly bridging into strings-esque layering as the one-minute turn approaches. “Everything’s just fine,” Gurley expresses amidst the suave, R&B-inspired percussion and throbbing synth work, the feeling of calm contentedness meshing with a hypnotic rhythmic resonance. “New Tide” is a stellar output from Gurley.”
– Mike Mineo – Obscure Sound
“Take the time to ask yourself this morning, sit down and enjoy these few minutes of pure pop alternative that we invite you to discover with “New Tide” by Gurley, an American artist who touched us with his creative authenticity. The one that abandons all frills and goes to the essential, that is to say, to transport you and deliver you a raw and unique energy. Thanks to a musicality that takes you from the first note, the artist makes us travel the time of the song between different sides as successful as each other. Intoxicating, electric and sensual, the title “New Tide” reveals a sensuality and a rare groove that grabs you from the start of the song, it’s a journey into an atypical sound universe and where genres mix to give us a touch unique… You will inevitably succumb to the original charms of this sound that is worth listening to on repeat, so don’t wait any longer and fall for “New Tide” by Gurley.”
– Marie Testa – Iggy Magazine